New Music Friday: October 5, 2018

This is the first ‘New Music Friday’ piece of October – the spookiest month of the year filled with horror movies, flannels, beanies, hoodies, crisp air, and of course new music. Yes, Twenty One Pilots released an insanely highly-anticipated new album today. Yes, Coheed and Cambria introduced an intricate new addition to their colorful music arsenal. Here at Spinning Thoughts we want to focus on bands that may just become your new favorite band. Support these artists, share their music with a friend, and let’s dance.

You Me At Six – VI

Recommended by Angelo Gargaro

Northern Whale – Until I’m Found

Recommended by Angela Rose

Shorelines – Blank Pages & Broken Records

Recommended by Jasminne Ezratty

mewithoutYou – [Untitled]

Recommended by Whitney Shoemaker

Tokyo Police Club – TPC

Recommended by Elliott Spagat

Monuments – Phronesis

Recommended by Angelo Gargaro

Cursive – Vitriola

Recommended by Whitney Shoemaker

LANY – Malibu Nights

Recommended by Whitney Shoemaker

SylarSeasons

Recommended by Jasminne Ezratty

Ice Nine Kills – The Silver Scream

Recommended by Angelo Gargaro

What are your thoughts on the new music that dropped this week? Did we miss your favorite band/artist? Let us know in the comments down below or hit us up on Twitter: @SpinThoughts!

TAGS: You Me At Six | Northern Whale | Shorelines | mewithoutyou | Tokyo Police Club | Monuments | Cursive | LANY | Sylar | Ice Nine Kills


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