Records that you can listen to this October

Records you can listen to in October

This month you have the opportunity to hear for the first time the new albums of a good handful of artists. In Bezzia we cannot mention them all, so we have made a small selection of 6 artists or groups that have released or are going to release a new album this month. Which one do you want to hear?

South in the valley - Quique González

On October 1, October XNUMX saw the light of Quique Gonzalez's new album: Sur en el valle. A collection of 12 tracks of a marked existentialist nature, who has recorded surrounded by regular musicians such as Toni Brunet (production and guitars), Jacob Reguilón (bass), Eduardo Olmedo (drums) and Alejandro Climent (pianos).

The letters are again signed Quique González With the exception of "It is not true" by Kirmen Uribe. Released by the Cultura Rock Records label, it features the partitioning of Morgan's members: David Schulthess "Chuches" (Hammond and Wurlitzer) and Carolina de Juan (backing vocals). From the album we have already been able to listen to May I die and Jade, whose video you can enjoy below.

It'll all make sense in the end - James Arthur

You'll just have to wait until tomorrow to hear It'll all make sense in the end, James Arthur's fourth album. A collection of 14 tracks with Medicine as the first single, of which we have also been able to hear September, Avalanche and Emily.

The album has taken shape at home, with fewer people, which has allowed him to be more vulnerable than ever. After having sold more than 30 million records with your previous projects, will this project once again seduce the public?

Seventeen going under - Sam Fender

Seventeen going under is the Sam Fender's second album.  Released by Polydor Records, the album was recorded in North Shields and produced by Bramwell Bronte, as was his debut feature, Hypersonic missiles (2019). It will be another of the albums that will be released tomorrow, although you can already buy it on all platforms.

About this new album Sam Fender has said: «It's a coming of age story. It's about getting older. It is a celebration of life after adversity, and a celebration of survival. The track that gives the album its name served as the first preview. Then came Aye and Get you down.

The river and the stone - Morgan

On October 15, The river and the stone, the Morgan's third studio album, a collection of 10 songs in which they began to work after confinement by Covid-19, with the same philosophy as always: "take a few ideas and tinker to dress them trying to explore the environments, concepts and sounds a little more."

After almost a year of work, at the beginning of 2021, the Spanish band recorded the songs in the Le manoir de Léon studio in France. With production by Campi Campón, mixes by Stuart White in Los Angeles, and mastering by Colin Leonard in Atlanta, the album was presented with Alone as the first advance, followed by River.

Thousand battles - Malú

Another of the albums that you will be able to listen to this October will be Mil Batallas, the long-awaited twelfth studio album by Malú. It will be on October 22 when this new work is put on sale for which the Spanish artist has worked with producer Pablo Cebrián. "Each song a battle, each battle a moment to feel and live ...", commented the artist about the project.

Secret to voices was the first preview of the album and then came the track that gives the album its name. Also included in this work is Weaving wings as a bonus track, a song released on April 29, 2020 during the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, in which she reflected on her very next motherhood at that time. In addition, the album will feature a special guest, Mario Domm from the Mexican group Camila, who will accompany her in After the Storm.

Blue banisters - Lana del Rey

Blue banisters is the Lana Del Rey's second album in this 2021 after Chemtrails over the country club. On May 20, 2021, three tracks were released as a preview of this new work: Blue banisters, Text book and Wildflower wildfire. The first two composed with Gabriel Edward Simon, the last composed by Lana Del Rey with Mike Dean who is also the producer of the song. A few months later, on September 8 Arcadia was released.

Coinciding with the premiere of Arcadia, the artist commented: «I suppose you could say that this album is about about how I was, what happened and how I am now. If you are interested, go back and listen to the first three songs I published. They narrate the beginning. This song plays somewhere in the middle and when the record comes down, you'll hear where we are today. As much as the ongoing criticism has been trying, it has at least pushed me to explore my own family tree, dig deeper, and keep proving the fact that God only cares how I move through the world. And despite all the skepticism about feigning frailty and the irrational explanations for not showing overall responsibility, I must say that I have enjoyed moving through the world wonderfully, as a woman with grace and dignity. Thanks to my friends for the last 18 years who have been an example of attraction, not promotion. I never felt the need to promote myself or tell my story, but if you're interested, this album tells it and does practically nothing else. "

Remember, all these albums you can listen to before the end of October. Which one are you going to start with?

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