Party hard, wind down or go for a long drive along the coastline with a new soundtrack, out today.
Notorious party animals Whitesnake are back in Flesh & Blood. Their new album hits services today via Frontiers Music srl and packs the same punch as they did in the days of big hair and a whole lot of leather. SiriusXM have been gearing up all week on Hair Nation where they hosted Whitesnake and David Coverdale content and interviews all week in preparation for today! The band even brought back the iconic white jaguar from “Here I Go Again” as the centerpiece for the new video “Shut Up & Kiss Me.” On tour through July, Coverdale tells Billboard, “I can’t buy the excitement level we have right now; We have a group thread going on text and everybody’s just chewing at the bit to get on with it and start playing these songs for people. It just feels very fresh and very exciting and full of energy.” Join the excitement and blast Flesh & Blood, now.
Poetic songwriter, Allman Brown releases his sophomore album Darling, It’ll Be Alright. Descriptive and captivating, Brown delivers this record without a label but, by every definition, independently. From soft and subtle to booming, he takes listeners on a journey with every note. Relatable to Bon Iver, of Sufjan Stevens, Allman Brown has amassed a large following on streaming services. Soulful and heart-wrenching, Popdust explains, “While the album makes use of a large sonic palette, it represents a return to a more organic approach after his previous release’s dip into electronica.” Best served with a coffee and candlelight, listen to Darling, It’ll Be Alright, out now.
Pop/rock trio, Parachute are here just in time for the summer with their self-titled album from their self-titled label. You’ll be shocked that the collection is entirely independent since each track sounds like a hit waiting to pop-off. Produced by Jacquire King (James Bay and Kings of Leon), Parachute has a full and clean sound that emphasizes the depth of each lyrics and Anderson’s vocals. Parachute, who often teeter between pop and rock, included just the right elements to make a splash in pop territory this time around. Frontman Will Anderson tells SounDarts.gr, “Every time I try to write a song, I’m thinking of a feeling or emotion that I’ve felt before, and trying to capture that in a clever or interesting way. It’s easy to get caught up in the words or melody or production, but finding a moment in my life where I felt something is always the core of the inspiration for anything I write. “
Tune in next week for hidden treasures that could turn out to be your next favorite album.