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Noteworthy new additions to our music collection.

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Fire & Brimstone

Artist: Brantley Gilbert

Almost three years since his last LP, The Devil Don't Sleep, Brantley Gilbert's fifth studio album includes fifteen tracks, all written or co-written by the singer himself. It features collaborations with Lindsay Ell, Colt Ford, Jamey Johnson, Alison Krauss, and Willie Nelson.

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Hey, I'm Just Like You

Artist: Tegan & Sara

Twenty years into their career, Tegan and Sara have recorded a new album that is based on the first songs they ever wrote. This is a return to Tegan and Sara's rock and punk roots, with a punch of pop production.

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In the Morse Code of Brake Lights

Artist: The New Pornographers

Indie rock supergroup and critic's darlings, The New Pornographers return with their eighth studio album and second for Concord Records. The album is full of classic songwriting with twisting lyrical content that touches on the humanistic side of life in current times, craftfully penned by frontman A. C. Newman.

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Sound and Fury

Artist: Sturgill Simpson

Grammy Award winner Sturgill Simpson releases his much-anticipated new album, which accompanies the Netflix anime film. Produced by Simpson, the album was recorded primarily at the McGuire Motor Inn in Waterford, Michigan, with his bandmates Bobby Emmett, Chuck Bartels, Miles Miller, who all serve as co-producers along with GRAMMY nominee John Hill. The album is a marked departure from 2016's acclaimed A Sailor's Guide To Earth, which won Best Country Album.

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Two Hands

Artist: Big Thief

Hot on the heels of U.F.O.F., Big Thief is releasing their second album of the year, which they call a sister album to their earlier release. With a focus on live recordings, the new songs are more raw and earthy.

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War in My Mind

Artist: Beth Hart

Beth Hart is as real as it gets. In a music industry full of glossy production and airbrushed photoshoots, this is one artist who throws down her cards, shares her darkest secrets, and invites people to join her for the ride. With this album, this Grammy-nominated talent has never served herself up so raw on a record, one that embraces her merits and flaws, channels her bittersweet headspace, and spins gold from her demons.

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