Camila Cabello and Jack White in the news of the week

Long-awaited third solo album by American Camila Cabello, for which she chose the title of Family due to her feelings during the pandemic, since she is used to changing places frequently, being in Miami for a long time, having her people closer and speaking more in Spanish, took her back to her roots, to her family, which includes her friends. As special guests WILLOW, Maria Becerra, Yotuel, and also Ed Sheeran for Bam bam, a song with which we open the playlist of new records of the week.Fear of the dawn is the fourth solo studio album by Jack White (The White Stripes, The Raconteurs, The Dead Weather), which will continue in just three months. With a long tour ahead, ‘The Supply Chain Issues Tour’. As his first advance he chose Taking me back. Josh Tillman once again had the collaboration of Jonathan Wilson for Chloe and the next 20th century, his fifth album as Father John Misty. With mixing by Dave Cerminara, it includes arrangements by Drew Erickson. He announced it in a very original way, sending flexible vinyls to several followers of his mailing list, which included a spoken passage in which some details were reported. The first advance was Funny girl. Fourth album for Kae Tempest, The line is a curve, a collection of 12 tracks for which he had the collaboration of regular Dan Carey (Fontaines DC, Caroline Polachek). “It was created out of so much love. Written and recorded with people I care about,” Kae commented. As guests Grian Chatten from Fontaines DC, Lianne La Havas, Confucius MC, ãssia, and Kevin Abstract from BROCKHAMPTON in the sensational first show, More pressure. By the way, Dan Carey is a double star, as he was in charge of most of the recording and production of the debut and self-titled album of the Isle of Wight female duo, Wet Leg, with punchy songs like Chaise longue and ‘Wet dream’. Although Omar Apollo released the album ‘Apolonio’ ​​in 2020, he considered it a mixtape, so now a first album entitled Ivory has arrived. With the participation of Kali Uchis in Go away and Daniel Caesar in ‘Invincible’. Also in circulation are new albums by Papa Roach, Calexico, Lucius, Orville Peck, Vince Staples, BANKS, Joe Satriani, The Linda Lindas, The Regrettes, Cody Simpson , The Vaccines (EP) and Ramon Mirabet; plus old Aerosmith recordings; and a Belako reissue.

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