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RELEVANT Recommends: 5 New Releases We’re Excited About This Week

RELEVANT Recommends: 5 New Releases We’re Excited About This Week

Every week on RELEVANT Recommends, we recommend a few new releases worth your time and attention. Here are our favorite things coming out this week.

Tribl: Tribl Nights Atlanta

Christianity’s busiest music group is back at again with an incredible new worship album. Tribl Nights Atlanta features nine live songs with some of our favorite voices: Chandler Moore, Dante Bowe, Ryan Ofei and more. Listening to this will feel like you’re having a live worship night in your own living room.

Allen Stone: APART

A wonderful talent who knows how to pay tribute to the soul music that he’s clearly inspired by while still pushing the genre in exciting new directions, Allen Stone’s APART captures an artist finding confidence in his voice and comfort in his vibe.

Dltzk: Frailty

The enigmatic 18-year-old producer has built a large fanbase over on Soundcloud, where his prolific output captures a young artist having a lot of fun with his experimental ear. Frailty is his first full album, following an EP from earlier this year.

Johnny Greenwood: SPENCER OST

Radiohead wizard Johnny Greenwood was called upon to provide the music for the latest Princess Diana biopic Spencer, and the result is a stirring marvel. It’s one part baroque orchestra, two parts free jazz, a clever nod to the princess’ own competing interior impulses.

Taylor Swift: Red (Taylor’s Version)

Swifties are currently seeing red. Red (Taylor’s Version) dropped after nine years, giving fans an even more in-depth look at Swift’s relationship with some actor named Jake Gyllenhaal (and Conor Kennedy but that’s less important to this narrative). This is the second album Swift has re-recorded since her masters were sold, and it includes nine never-before-heard songs she’s released from the vault. While they’re all worth the listen, the highly anticipated “All Too Well (10 Minute Version)” is the one that has everyone talking. Swift even dropped a short film to accompany the song starring Dylan O’Brien (The Maze Runner trilogy) and Sadie Sink (Stranger Things).


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