February 17, 2014 11:11

Angel Olsen and Grouplove lead new album releases (February 17)

Plus new albums from Guided By Voices, Hatcham Social, The Jezabels and Nina Nesbitt

Angel Olsen and Grouplove lead new album releases (February 17)

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Grouplove and Angel Olsen lead this week's new album releases (February 17).

Grouplove's second album 'Spreading Rumours' was produced by the band's drummer, Ryan Rabin, and is the follow up to the band's 2011 debut 'Never Trust A Happy Song'.

Meanwhile, US singer-songwriter Angel Olsen releases her second album 'Burn Your Fire For No Witness'. The album was produced by John Congleton (The Walkmen, Modest Mouse, The Thermals, Cloud Nothings, Swans) and features the songs 'Hi-Five' and 'Forgiven/ Forgotten'.

Elsewhere, there are new albums from Guided By Voices, Hatcham Social, The Jezabels, Oysterband, Phantogram and The Presidents Of The United States Of America while Solids and Nina Nesbitt release their debut albums.

This week's new album and EP releases:


Angel Olsen – 'Burn Your Fire For No Witness'
Grouplove – 'Spreading Rumours'
Guided By Voices – 'Motivational Jumpsuit'
Hatcham Social - 'Cutting Up The Present Leaks Out The Future'
The Jezabels – 'The Brink'
Nina Nesbitt – 'Peroxide'
Oysterband – 'Diamonds On The Water'
Phantogram – 'Voices'
The Presidents of the United States of America - 'Kudos To You!'
Solids – 'Blame Confusion'

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