Summer 2021 Albums to Expect

 

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By Bailey Scheufler

Don’t let Covid 19’ bring you down; here are a few albums you might want to add to your summer playlist.

Rise Against | Nowhere Generation
Release Date: June 4, 2021
Track:

  1. The Numbers
  2. Sudden Urge
  3. Nowhere Generation
  4. Talking to Ourselves
  5. Broken Dreams, Inc.
  6. Forfeit
  7. Monarch
  8. Sounds Like
  9. Sooner or later
  10. Middle of a Dream
  11. Rules of Play

Wolf Alice | Blue Weekend
Release Date: June 11, 2021
Track:

  1. The Beach
  2. Delicious Things
  3. Lipstick on the Glass
  4. Smile
  5. Safe From Heartbreak (if you never fall in love)
  6. How can I make it OK?
  7. Play the Greatest Hits
  8. Feeling Myself
  9. The Last Man on Earth
  10. No Hard Feelings
  11. The Beach II

Bobby Gillespie and Jehnny Beth | Utopian Ashes
Release Date: July 2, 2021
Track:

  1. Chase It Down
  2. English Town
  3. Remember We Were Lovers
  4. Your Heart Will Always Be Broken
  5. Stones of Silence
  6. You Don’t Know What Love Is
  7. You Can Trust Me Now
  8. Living a Lie
  9. Sunk In Reverie

Inhaler | It Won’t Always Be Like This
Release Date: July 16, 2021
Track:

  1. It Wont Always Be Like This
  2. My Honest Face
  3. Side Out The Window
  4. Cheer Up Baby
  5. A Night on The Floor
  6. My King Will Be Kind
  7. When It Breaks
  8. Who’s Your Money On? (Plastic House)
  9. Totally
  10. Strange Time to Be Alive
  11. In My Sleep

Jungle | Loving in Stereo
Release Date: August 13, 2021
Track:

  1. Dry Your Tears
  2. Keep Moving
  3. All of The Time
  4. Romeo (feat. Bas)
  5. Lifting You
  6. Bonnie Hill
  7. Fire
  8. Talk About It
  9. No Rules
  10. Truth
  11. What D’You Know About Me?
  12. Just Fly, Don’t Worry
  13. Goodbye My Love (feat. Priya Ragu)
  14. Can’t Stop the Stars

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