Fun Fall Releases To Fall In Love With
Although most college students anxiously await their Thursday nights, some of us prefer Tuesday mornings. Why? It’s the day of the week when all of the best, new music is released and iTunes becomes a feeding frenzy! Some wonderful albums are on the horizon this season, and here is a small selection of the most noteworthy.
1.) Science & Faith by The Script- Dropping on Sept. 21, The Script’s sophomore release is sure to garner radio attention. After the band’s success with hits like “Break Even” and “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved,” the Irish pop outfit is here to stay. Science & Faith is sure to bring more heartfelt lyrics and poignant storytelling to the table.
2.) Come Around Sundown by Kings of Leon- Kings of Leon have been lurking under the music radar for years, but are now fully enjoying the spotlight as talented, alternative artists. The band’s upcoming release has high expectations following catchy and original songs like “Sex on Fire,” but Followhill promises that disappointment is not an option. Come Around Sundown releases on Oct. 19.
3.) Write About Love by Belle & Sebastian- The indie duo, Belle & Sebastian, are back with another poignant and listlessly in love record. Full of the usual slew of narrative ballads, longtime fans of the band will not be disappointed with Write About Love. Be on the lookout for Belle & Sebastian’s newest release when it hits shelves on Oct.12.
4.) Invented by Jimmy Eat World- After Jimmy Eat World’s immense success in the 90s and early 2000s, the band has taken a step back from their pop-driven rock to write more serious and understated music. Invented is sure to bring back the upbeat, rocking melodies of “The Middle,” while keeping some softer songs on the track listing. Invented will be available on Sept.28.
5.) Hands All Over by Maroon 5- After leaving fans waiting for over three years, Maroon 5 is back with its third studio album. Hands All Over is a departure from Maroon 5′s typical sound, although the album’s first single, “Misery,” embodies the iconic funky essence of the band. After having the pleasure of previewing this album, it is certainly going to be one of the best releases of 2010. From jazzy riffs to somber ballads and a country-esque track, this is an album that many will want to get their hands all over on Sept. 21.
This season is sure to bring much-needed additions to iTunes libraries everywhere! Which albums are you most looking forward to?
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