Glorious Friday!

It’s Friday! We’ve got another week with some solid fresh releases hitting the new release wall. The latest from The Glorious Sons, Half Moon Run and Tyler Childers and The Blind Boys of Alabama are out today! Plus The Strokes have a limited edition reissue of “Comedown Machine” and Prince’s “Batman Soundtrack” are also now both available too!

Don’t forget to checkout the latest “Flippin’ Video” we posted on Wednesday of all the latest used albums to hit the bins here at Backbeat.

On to the new releases!

The Glorious Sons – Glory
“Glory” is the 4th studio album from The Glorious Sons, co-produced by long-time collaborator Frederik Thaae. Rooted in introspective lyricism, indelible melody and the band’s signature dynamic, they take listeners on an incredible journey of self-reflection, self-loathing, reconciliation and triumph.

Half Moon Run – Salt (Indie Exclusive)
Driven by the singles ‘You Can Let Go’ and ‘Alco’, Salt is a broad and sweeping statement from a band at the height of their compositional powers. The gestation period of the songs here spans the history of the band, in an assemblage of the band’s newest and oldest ideas, in juxtaposition and in alliance, the past and future at once.

Tyler Childers – Rustin’ In The Rain (Indie Exclusive)
Rustin’ in the Rain is the eagerly anticipated new album from singer-songwriter Tyler Childers. This collection of new songs is Childers’ sixth studio album, and the follow up to his critically acclaimed release “Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?”.

The Blind Boys Of Alabama – Echoes Of The South

The five-time Grammy-winners’ latest album, “Echoes Of The South”, draws its name from the Birmingham radio program that hosted the group’s very first professional performance back in 1944. Pairing traditional spirituals and long-lost gospel classics with vintage soul and R&B tunes, the collection is as moving as it is timeless, transcending genre and era to touch something deep and fundamental about the human condition.

See you soon!

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