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New Music This Week (w/e Feb 3rd)

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Here’s your weekly round-up of our favourite new music from the past seven days:

Depeche Mode – Where’s The Revolution?

The most anticipated release this week for us at RockYouLike Towers.  The album Spirit is out March 17th.

Future Islands – Ran

Lead single from the new album The Far Field, released April 7th.  Wonder if he has a new dance

Blondie – Fun

Taken from the band’s new album Pollinator, out through Warner Music on May 5th.  Featuring Debbie, Chris, Clem, and three blokes no-one can name

Ryan Adams – Doomsday

From the new album Prisoner, out through The PaxAmericana Recording Company on February 17th.  If track titles like the above, “Breakdown”, “Broken Anyway”, “We Disappear” and “Do you Still Love Me?” are anything to go by, it sounds like a right laugh

Bob Dylan – I Could Have Told You

Taken from Triplicate, The Bobster’s new triple-album of covers from the Great American Songbook.  Out through Columbia Records on March 31st – and yes, we’re convinced that Bob drops the F-Bomb at 3:06

London Grammar – Big Picture

New single from the as-yet-untitled second album due later this year

Paul McCartney & Elvis Costello – Twenty Fine Fingers

Bonus track on the upcoming multi-disc reissue of McCartney’s 1989 album Flowers In The Dirt, out March 24th. Thumbs at full mast.

Fionn Regan – The Meetings Of The Waters

Pig from Disco Pigs is in the video!  First single from Fionn’s new album of the same name, out April 14th.  His first new album in five years

Ray Davies – Poetry

Featured song from the upcoming album Americana, out April 21st.  Shoulda been a Kinks reunion album if you ask us…..