Got the January blues? Here are five albums coming your way in February to put a spring back in your step.
Father of All Motherf*****rs (Green Day)
It’s been four years since we heard any new music from pop-punk legends, Green Day. The upcoming album may be just 26 minutes long, but it’s full of youthful angst and badass tunes.
The Slow Rush (Tame Impala)
The follow-up to 2015’s Currents is one of the most anticipated indie albums of the year. It is scheduled to be released on Valentine’s Day and you can expect a review from us when it finally drops.
Map of the Soul: 7 (BTS)
K-Pop megaband BTS is preparing for the release of the brand new album, Map of the Soul: 7. The new record will be accompanied by a major world tour, so there’s plenty to look forward to.
Miss Anthropocene (Grimes)
Miss Anthropocene is the upcoming fifth album by Canadian musician, Grimes. It includes the catchy single “So Heavy I Fell Through the Earth” and mixes nu-metal with a darker, ethereal style.
Man Alive! (King Krule)
King Krule recently debuted the first single “(Don’t Let the Dragon) Draag On” from his upcoming fourth studio album, Man Alive! It’s got us buzzed to hear the rest of the alternative rock album, which will be released on February 21.