It’s another New Music Friday. Here are the biggest, coolest and otherwise most noteworthy albums released today, November 6th, 2015.
Grimes, Art Angels: This is the Canadian art-pop auteur’s first album since signing a management deal with Jay Z’s Roc Nation. It features guest appearances from Janelle Monae and Aristophanese (the Taiwanese rapper, not the ancient Greek comedian).
Billy Gibbons and the BFG’s, Perfectamundo: The ZZ Top guitarist’s first solo album ever has the best title possible for a solo album by ZZ Top’s guitarist.
Ellie Goulding, Delirium: The U.K. dance-pop talent continues her ascent on album three.
Tim McGraw, Damn Country Music: The reliable country singer’s new album features a duet with his daughter Gracie.
Sara Bareilles, What’s Inside: Songs From Waitress: The singer-songwriter penned original music and lyrics for this upcoming Broadway musical, which opens next spring. The show is based on the 2007 film of the same name.
Björk, Vulnicura Strings: An alternate version of her searingly honest 2015 album featuring only string arrangements and her voice.
Floating Points, Elaenia: London neuroscientist Sam Shepherd completed his visionary debut LP at the same time as working toward his PhD.
Hunter Hayes, The 21 Project: The fresh-faced country star’s latest album is a 3-CD concept set which features seven songs recorded three ways: in the studio as usual, acoustic, and live.
Little Mix, Get Weird: The U.K. girl group, who are big in their native land, are on their third album.
Seal, 7: Longtime producer Trevor Horn returns for Seal’s latest project.
Angie Stone, Dream: This is the neo-soul singer’s seventh album.