New Music Tuesday: Washed Out, The Wild Feathers, Jagwar Ma, Yoko Ono, and The Arctic Monkeys
Today's notable new releases come in album-form from Washed Out, The Wild Feathers, and Jagwar Ma and in track-form from Yoko Ono and The Arctic Monkeys. Scroll down for streams, crazy collaborations, and videos.
Washed Out's Synthpop Paracosm was released this morning in the United States after being made available to fans in the UK and Europe yesterday. Ernest Greene (aka Washed Out) will hit First City Festival, FYF Fest, Bumbershoot, MusicFestNW, Launch Festival, and Laneway Detroit before heading on a European Tour this fall.
The Wild Feathers dropped their debut self-titled album today and will support its release on a lengthy tour that kicks off today and will extend into November with festival stops at Austin City Limits and Peanut Festival.
Australia's Jagwar Ma released Howlin back in June, but it is only as of today that the record is available on Vinyl and CD for pre-order from Amoeba Records. After you get your hands on yours, you can catch the guitar-dance duo at Lowlands, Reading and Leeds, Bestival, Unknown, Festival No. 6, Ibiza Rocks, and Electric Picnic.
For her upcoming September 17th release Take Me to the Land of Hell, Yoko Ono and her Plastic Ono Band has teamed up with Questlove, Wilco's Nels Cline, Miike Snow's Andrew Wyatt, Iggy Pop, Mike D and Ad-Rock of Beastie Boys, and tUnE-yArDs. The track with the surviving Beastie Boys members can be streamed via Consequence of Sound and the tUnE-yArDs track is available below.
Last but certainly not least, The Arctic Monkeys have made "Why'd You Only Call Me When You're High?" available digitally as well as a limited edition CD Single. Stream the track below via Spotify, watch the official, trippy video released last Saturday, and check out their tour dates.
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