Whether you’re a fan of rock, indie, R&B music, or anything in between, here at The Orchard, we have a variety of artist and weekly releases that cater to music fans of all genres and all ages. This week, we have a range of different categories of exciting album releases, so get those headphones ready and listen up.
Sinéad Harnett – Lessons In Love (Bad Music)
London-based artist, Sinéad Harnett, has released her much anticipated debut album titled, Lessons in Love. With Harnett’s musical influences including top R&B artists Frank Ocean, DVSN, and H.E.R., this album is sure to be a good one. Harnett’s album is inspired not only by her personal experiences and challenges, but also by the love she feels every step of the way. “The more I love, the more I learn about its magic, its importance and its lessons… In every song, there is a lesson. But most importantly, in every song, there is love.” She told Clash Magazine. Make sure to check out Harnett’s latest music video for her single, Pulling Away ft. Gallant, below. Listen to her debut album available now!
Thees Uhlmann – Junkies und Scientologen (Grand Hotel Van Cleef)
German artist and writer, Thees Uhlmann, releases his third album titled Junkies und Scientologen. In conversation with Rolling Stone Magazine, Thees describes how he finds his stories and inspirations to his songs by simply living his life. “Sometimes I go through everyday life and think: where is the song, where is the song, where is the song? And sometimes something just happens that stays in my head. If I do not forget an idea, it’s probably good.” Uhlman is currently touring through Germany, if you’re in the area, make sure to check the dates out here!
mxmtoon – the masquerade (mxmtoon)
September is the month of mxmtoon – between her exclusive audio diary and new album the masquerade, mxmtoon has been keeping busy and delivering her best to her growing fanbase. Hot on the heels of the debut of her 8-part podcast that peers into the creation of the album, mxmtoon has delivered her first “properly-recorded” release the masquerade earlier this week. The album draws from personal experience, relating mostly to Gen Z but with accessible emotions for listeners of any age. Of her music, Billboard said, “Her songs dive into the Gen Z mindset in a direct and honest way that feels accessible.” Revisit your heydays or get to know Generation Z a bit more on the masquerade.
There you have it! Tune in next week for more music and check out The Orchard’s (@the_orchard_) Instagram stories for more new music #OutToday.