A large number of albums due out next year have already been announced. Check out my list of them here!
A couple of weeks ago, Meg Remy announced her sixth album as U.S. Girls, In a Poem Unlimited.
Remy has been working since 2007 and released her first album, Gravel Days, in 2008. It wasn't until last year that I first became aware of her and her latest album, Half Free, thanks to Exclaim (a Canadian music magazine). While the album was described as "art pop," it combined a variety of styles ranging from chamber music, to reggae, to pop. But it was her voice and lyrics that really drew me in (check out the album opener, "Sororal Feelings").
She released "Mad as Hell", the first single and video from the album back in October. The album was announced at the end of November along with a new song, "Velvet 4 Sale".
In a Poem Unlimited is scheduled for release on February 16.
Also announced recently:
American Nightmare - American Nightmare (February 16)
Austra - “Change the Paradigm” (out now)
Charli XCX - Pop2 (out now)
Closer - All This Will Be (January 19)
David Byrne - American Utopia (March 9)
DJ Earl & Nick Hook - 50 Backwoods (December 8)
El Perro Del Mar - We Are History (February 2)
EMA - Outtakes from Exile (March 2)
Emily A. Sprague - Water Memory (December 21)
Eminem - Revival (out now)
Ghostface Killah - The Brown Tape (January 26)
Guided By Voices - Space Gun (March 23)
Jimi Hendrix - Both Sides of the Sky (March 9)
Jonathan Wilson - Rare Birds (March 2)
Legend of the Seagullmen - Legend of the Seagullmen (February 9)
Lily Allen - “Trigger Bang” (out now)
Lucy Dacus - Historian (March 2)
Renata Zeiguer - Old Ghost (February 23)
Rhye - Blood (February 2)
The Shins - The Hearts Worm (January 19)
Strand of Oaks - Harder Love (January 19)
Ty Segall - Freedom’s Goblin (January 26)
Wild Beasts - Last Night All My Dreams Came True (February 16)
Xenia Rubinos, Sammus, & Olga Bell – “Levitating” (out now)