If the lyric “I backed my car into a police car the other day/Well he just drove off, sometimes life’s okay” evokes nostalgia in your kind heart, I know what you’re doing today. Just wanted to check how you’re doing…in the space of two hours, Pitchfork has released The National’s new tour and album (ft. Taylor Swift, Sufjan Stevens, Phoebe Bridgers), Boygenius’ three new singles and their debut. We have published three articles announcing upcoming tours for the album, Snail Mail. Doctors advise indie music fans to sit down and take a breather.
First two pages of Frankenstein The National’s ninth studio album, release April 28th. A month later, in May, Pitchfork reports that the band will tour alongside Patti Smith, Sucker Mommy, The Beth and Bertie’s Strange opener. Along with their announcement, The National released a single from their upcoming album called “Tropic Morning News”. If you’re feeling down, drink a glass of water before moving on to alternative music news.
End of March, supergroup Boygenius Scheduled to be released their debut LP, The RecordBoisenius is composition Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus and Julian Baker formed the group in 2018 with their self-titled debut EP. In anticipation of the album, they released three singles: “$20”, “Emily I’m Sorry” and “True Blue”. Is all of this giving you… emotional motion sickness? If so, roll down the window.
And finally, Snail Mail, the band facing the front By Lindsay Jordan, touring their 2021 album Valentine From April 7th. The tour includes his two performances at Coachella. how are we doing Should I submerge my head in a bucket of ice water?
Needless to say, today must have been a tumultuous day for the indie music writers at Pitchfork.And come to think of it, they’re barely recovering review bell and sebastian album late developer last week When soccer mom playing At NPR’s Tiny Desk concert this morning. My thoughts and prayers are with them and with the bank accounts of all indie music fans planning for Spring 2023.