6 Albums Out This Week You Ought to Take heed to Now

Goat Girl: On All Fours (Rough Trade)

On All Fours, the second album from South London quartet Goat Girl, finds the band working with producer Dan Carey and bringing electronics into their established post-punk sound. Produced in late 2019, the album touches on environmental catastrophe, “exploitative systems,” and the varied injustices that plague the world.

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The Notwist: Vertigo Days (Morr)

Vertigo Days is the Notwist’s first proper studio album since 2014’s Close to the Glass. In the interim, the trio worked on film scores and other projects. The group’s expansive new album features appearances from Juana Molina, Angel Bat Dawid, Tenniscoats’ Saya, and more.

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Portrayal of Guilt: We Are Always Alone (Closed Casket Activities)

Austin hardcore band Portrayal of Guilt follow up their 2018 debut Let Pain Be Your Guide with We Are Always Alone, a new record made in the wake of their canceled 2020 tour dates. It touches on a wide range of heavy genres, broken up by ambient interludes.

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Arlo Parks: Collapsed in Sunbeams (Transgressive)

Collapsed in Sunbeams is the debut album from 20-year-old British poet/singer-songwriter Arlo Parks, who first came to prominence with the song “Cola” in 2018 before releasing a pair of EPs (Super Sad Generation and Sophie) the following year.

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