Arcade Fire and Sharon Van Etten in the news of the week

We begin the review of the week’s record releases with WE, the sixth album by Arcade Fire. The Canadian group gives continuity 5 years later to ‘Everything now’ (2017). Produced by Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Paul McCartney), and the members of the group Régine Chassagne and Win Butler. Will, the brother of the last mentioned, decided to leave the formation after the recording. The play speaks as much about the forces that threaten to pull us away from the people we love, as it does about the urgent need to overcome them. Divided into two parts: I, which channels the fear and loneliness of isolation, and WE, which expresses the joy and power of reconnection. As a first advance, The lightning I, II. Also the sixth album for the American Sharon Van Etten with We’ve been going about this all wrong, an album without advances of which he commented: “I wanted to approach this release in a different way, to involve my fans intentionally, in an effort to present the album as a complete work.These 10 songs are designed to be heard in order, at once, so that a much larger story of hope, loss, longing and loss can be told. resilience”. Produced with Daniel Knowles. The young Norwegian singer Sigrid publishes How to let go. “The quiet girl who likes to ski, hike and cook, versus the other part of me that wants to ‘get out’, put on big shows, get up on stage and not be afraid of anything. I used to be really shy growing up, but when I’m at Glastonbury, for example, I love to let loose on stage,” he said. With the collaboration of Bring me the horizon on ‘Bad life’, we stay to present it with Burning bridges. Let’s go with our language, Spanish, with the Spaniard Álvaro Lafuente, whose stage name is Guitarricadelafuente, and who is releasing his first album , The quarry, and that is what the elders of their town, Cuevas de Cañart in Teruel, call the new generations. “It’s like having reached a point where I wanted to go to check what I wanted to do, and I can’t deny that it amazes even me.” Among the advances My mom told me. A summer without you is the fifth album by Puerto Rican Bad Bunny, whose departure is announced just a few days before it, with the Spanish actor Mario Casas involved. With 23 tracks in total, as guests it featured Chencho Corleone, Jhay Cortez, Tony Dize, Rauw Alejandro, Bomba Estéreo, The Marias and Buscabulla. It includes Callaíta as a closing, a song released in 2019. New albums by Belle & Sebastian, The Waterboys, Sabrina Claudio, Jesse & Joy, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Soft Cell, Simple Plan, Ella Mai, Jack Harlow are also coming out these days. , !!! (Chk Chk Chk), Emeli Sandé, The Feeling, Warpaint and Cariño; a Sheryl Crow compilation; a direct from Graham Nash; a tribute to Boni; versions by Teo Cardalda, Bryan Ferry (EP) and Anna Calvi (EP); and a soundtrack by Julio de la Rosa.

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