This Week’s New Releases: Vampire Weekend, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes And L7

There are some highly anticipated records dropping this week. Following teaser posts that date all the way back to January, Vampire Weekend have finally put out the follow up to 2013’s ‘Modern Vampires of the City’, while Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes have released LP #3 and L7 are back with their first new album in 20 years.

More you say? Head below for the rest of this week’s new releases.

Anderson East – ‘Alive In Tennessee’ (Low Country Sound/Elektra)

Bad Religion – ‘Age Of Unreason’ (Epitaph)

Barrie – ‘Happy To Be Here’ (Winspear)

Benedict Benjamin – ‘Truant’ (Sugarcoat Records)

Big Thief – ‘U.F.O.F.’ (4AD)

Caroline Spence – ‘Mint Condition’ (Rounder)

Diplo – ‘Higher Ground’ EP (Mad Decent)

Drahla – ‘Useless Coordinates’ (Captured Tracks)

The Dream Syndicate – ‘These Times’ (Anti)

Filthy Friends – ‘Emerald Valley’ (Kill Rock Stars)

Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes – ‘End Of Suffering’ (International Death Cult)

Jessy Wilson – ‘Phase’ (Thirty Tigers)

Joy Williams – ‘Front Porch’ (Sensibility/Thirty Tigers)

L7 – ‘Scatter The Rats’ (Blackheart Records)

Little Steven and the Disciples – ‘Summer Of Sorcery’ (Wicked Cool/UME)

Lucy Spraggan – ‘Today Was A Good Day’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Patience – ‘Dizzy Spells’ (Night School)

Pile – ‘Green and Gray’ (Exploding In Sound)

Saint Agnes – ‘Welcome To Silvertown’ (Death Or Glory Gang)

Tacocat – ‘This Mess Is A Place’ (Sub Pop)

Ten Tonnes – ‘Ten Tonnes’ (Warner Bros)

Vampire Weekend – ‘Father Of The Bride’ (Columbia)

Versing – ‘10000’ (Hardly Art)

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