New Music Tuesday: The 1975, Bastille, Chelsea Wolfe, Holy Ghost!, and Nine Inch Nails
Photo: Holy Ghost! album art
This week is an important one for music-lovers, with new releases from The 1975, Bastille, Chelsea Wolfe, Holy Ghost!, and Nine Inch Nails. Scroll down to stream each new album, and to find out where you can see them live.
Indie rock outfit The 1975 dropped their self-titled album this week on Dirty Hit/Polydor. The 16-track release is the Manchester-based group's first studio album and the follow up to their most recent EP, IV. Stream the album below via Spotify, or download it from iTunes. Physical copies of the album are also available from Target, and include five bonus tracks. The band will be touring in support of their album at various venues through February.
Cultivora favorite Bastille released their debut album Bad Blood in the US this week, now available for download from iTunes and available to stream below from Spotify. Basitlle will be touring extensively in support of Bad Blood, including performances at Berlin Festival and Bestival.
Chelsea Wolfe's latest album Pain is Beauty is out today on Sargent House, an eclectic mix of experimental undertones and folk rock. Stream the album or watch the album teaser below, or check out her tour dates to see Chelsea Wolfe live. You can also purchase the album via Bandcamp.
Although Brooklyn synthpop duo Holy Ghost! won't officially release Dynamics until September 10, the New York City natives have made their latest album available to stream via Pitchfork. The album is also available for pre-order from iTunes, or catch the band live. In addition to a number of one-off shows, the band will perform at San Francisco's Treasure Island next month.
Famed rockers Nine Inch Nails released Hesitation Marks worldwide today, and in addition to streaming it through Spotify, you can also download the album from the band's store or snag the deluxe edition from iTunes. The band will embark on their Tension 2013 tour September 28, making stops throughout the US (including a performance at New Orleans' Voodoo Fest) and ending in Canada at the end of November.
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