The year 2021 will witness the long-awaited debut albums as the shortest month of the year is packed to the brim with some great releases. From Foo Fighters to Julien Baker, you can hear some of the best songs this year. A few of these albums are recorded in haunted houses even.
Medicine at Midnight by Foo Fighters
A few of the February releases you need to know about are Foo Fighters released the Medicine at Midnight on February 5th, 2021. Their band’s frontman Dave Grohl and the gang released the music video that came under spooky circumstances. The album ‘Medicine at Midnight’ was recorded at a 1940 built California Mansion.
The band members stated that they witness the spooky things like guitar detuning itself, things captured on the Nest cam are challenging to explain, and the studio settings will go awry with no explanation. But, the band reportedly stated that it was fun to record it. The Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl is known as the nicest man on-stage as well as off-stage. He reportedly paid tribute to the late Lemmy Kilmister by getting the ‘Aces of Spade’ tattoo from a top Las Vegas tattoo parlor in one of the news. His fans can check on the official Instagram page. So, enjoy Foo’s new album with card games or NetBet casino games, and don’t forget to mark your tribute to Lemmy.
Who Am I? By Pale Waves
This music video was released on February 12th, 2021. This four-piece Manchester hit is signed to the “Dirty Hit.” Moreover, it makes the singer labelmates with ‘The 1975’. This song depicts the taste for sonic revivalism, and Matty Healy and Company is known for it. This is the Pale Waves second album, and the Lead’s Single ‘She’s My Religion’ is the pop-rock throwback by Noughties, and its follow-up track ‘Easy’ is great fun too.
Times By SG Lewis
The long-awaited debut album of SG Lewis was out on February 19th, 2021. SG Lewis is a serial collaborator who has written, featured, and produced the songs with Dave, Dua Lipa, Clairo, and Ray BLK. The song is the success of the summer smash chemicals with “sharp dance music grooves” and “disco escapism.”
Terra Firma By Tash Sultana
Tash Sultana is a 23-year old Melbourne based Australian artist. She released her second album ‘Terra Firma’ on February 19th, 2021. This album will showcase the bold musical craft that has taken this album to new heights. The Terra Firma album was recorded during her introspection period. This album was recorded when Sultana was away from the touring schedules and had much space to think about her new album in a rural Victoria town. Moreover, she is known for her enchanting and thrilling live shows with fifteen layered instruments and the loops that create the wonderful one-person orchestra. You can see her jumping from a guitar to a drum pad to a panpipe in just one performance.
Little Oblivions By Julien Baker
The Little Oblivions by Julien Baker is set to release on February 26th, 2021, but its teaser is already out. The American artist has proved that “less can look so much more” with her recent album. The album depicts 2017’s set up of ‘Turn Out’ the lights, a beautiful collection of guitars, and pianos make the songs look more attractive in the released look. The instrumental area is expanded using the drums, bass, banjo, keyboard, and mandolin. Well, it is also paired with piercing and honest lyrics.
So, February is not only the month of love but music also for the fans. A few of the releases are already topping the charts. The ones set to release, their artists are making a remarkable comeback.
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