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Albums I'm Looking Forward To: 6/7/19

It is the first FULL week in June and that means we have our first week of June albums! That means summer vibes and fun music! Let's dive into the albums I'm looking forward to this weekend!

1. Happiness Begins by Jonas Brothers
Yes, you read that correctly. The Jonas Brothers are back! You might have seen a few videos and posts circulating around social media that they have reunited; you might have heard a recent single from them. Here they are, releasing a brand new album, ten years after their previous studio album, Lines, Vines and Trying Times. When the Jonas Brothers split, most of the Jonas brothers were kept busy with other music projects, so they weren't completely out of the music scene. It will be interesting to see how they have changed over the last ten years! Check out one of their singles off the new album, Sucker.

2. Organic by Casey Veggies
Casey Veggies was one of the founding members of the now defunct, Odd Future, which was a hip hop collective based out of Los Angeles, California. Before releasing his debut studio album, Live & Grow, he was featured on several songs from Odd Future and released a few mixtapes. He has definitely grown a lot since then and it is time to see what he has to put out on the new album! Check out the single, Mirage, below.

3. Widow's Weeds by Silversun Pickups
People have recommended this band to me for a while, however, I never found the time to listen to a full project by them. Now that it is summer, I decided to check out a few of their singles off the new album. After listening to the opening guitar (or bass) lick on the single, It Doesn't Matter Why, I am hooked and excited for this new album. It seems like this album will be string heavy, so there will be guitars, bass, violins, and more. Who knows, by the time this album comes out, they might have gained a new fan! Check out the single, It Doesn't Matter Why, below.


What albums are you excited for this weekend? Let me know down in the comments section!

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  1. Oooooh I really like Silversun Pickups though they're not a band I actively listen to (I'm terrible at keeping up with music) - I may check that one out.

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