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Martin Adam Pavlík
May 20, 2022, 11:30am
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RELEASE RADAR: Harry Styles, Everything Everything And More

Find out what new music is worth listening to.

Martin Adam Pavlík
May 20, 2022, 11:30am
Reading time: 2:32
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RELEASE RADAR: Harry Styles, Everything Everything And More
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Rap lovers have certainly enjoyed Jack Harlow's new album called Come Home the Kids Miss You, as well as the long-awaited new Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, brought by Kendrick Lamar. The record No Fear of Time by the duo Black Star is definitely worth mentioning. Indie scene was amazed by the return of Florence and the Machine. Their Dance Fever delights the ears once again - exactly what we are used to.

Catchy blues rock with a touch of psychedelia was brought by the Americans The Black Keys on the record Dropout Boogie and Ecstatic Vision, with a good dose of experimental stoner rock they satisfied all the more demanding listeners with the album Elusive Mojo.

 

But let's now go to our release radar!

 

1. Harry Styles – Harry's House

 

On Friday, May 20, the third studio album of this British singer and actor finally saw the light of day. It is called Harry's House and it is full of classically positive dance pop.

 

The album has already captivated several music critics. Rolling Stone's Jon Dolan wrote that Styles' new music is more elegant and refined, but at the same time more warm and intimate. Will Hodgkinson of The Times also highlighted the singers' progress. In his review, he writes about the honestly remarkable transformation of the former One Direction star.

 

He adds that Styles manages to be a credible artist without alienating the former teen fans who made him a pop icon. According to Alexis Petridis of the Guardian, every song on the album feels like a single.

 

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2. Lykke Li – Eyeye

 

After four years, the charming Swedish singer Lykke Li returned to the stage, releasing his fifth album on Friday, May 20th. She enticed fans with two singles. She first released the melancholic ballad No Hotel in March, and a month later she released the grim song Highway to Your Heart with a reworked music video.

 

As the 36-year-old singer admitted in an interview with Vogue, the album reflects a time when her heart was broken and she closes one chapter in her life through new music. She explained that she had gone through a painful rebirth and changed her mind about many things - including achieving career success or romantic ideals. "The ideas I had about love were utopian," admitted the author of the hit I Follow Rivers, which in 2011 took over the world. She called the process of creating the latest album a cleansing.


3. Cave In – Heavy Pendulum

If you're not in the mood for depressingly slow songs about life disappointments, rockers Cave In may be the right choice. Through Relapse Records, they will release the seventh studio with 14 songs and offer a total of 70 minutes of new material.

 

Album is guaranteed to stir up blood in your veins and raise your pressure. Significantly distorted guitars, rabid tempo and energetic singing will pump you up with adrenaline. The band from Massachusetts, which has been on the scene since 1995, has presented four singles (New Reality, Blinded by a Blaze, Blood Spiller and Reckoning) for the album, the last of which was released on May 10. It will also be the first recording with new bassist Nato Newton, who will replace the late Caleb Scofield.

4. Everything Everything – Raw Data Feel

 

If it seems to you that British art rock is already dead, four eternally smiling guys from Manchester will playfully convince you otherwise. After two years, Everything Everything comes out with the new album Raw Data Feel.

 

You can expect strong synthesizers, imaginative rhythms, sensitive gradation and extremely catchy choruses, which will play in your head for weeks . The first taste of the news was presented in February with the single Bad Friday, which according to singer Jonathan Higgs is the most honest song he has ever written.


 

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