PIKO has released the new single “Murabito A (村人A)“, on the 30th of September. This is Piko’s first single in two years. It was written and composed by the singer-songwriter Kayoko while Horie Shota arranged the track.
Released Date: 2015.09.30
2. Glorious Unseen
3. 村人A (PikoLess Version)
Alternative rocker Meg Myers has release of her debut album, Sorry, for September 18, 2015.
The debut album just became available for pre-order and will be distributed via Atlantic Records. Myers most recently released an EP called Make A Shadow, in early 2014, attracting a fan base as well as praise from music critics. From late March to early June, Myers toured the United States, performing tracks from previous releases while pumping fans up for the forthcoming album.
At the beginning of March, she released the title track of the album, an intense and emotionally charged song. About one month later the music video for “Sorry” premiered. The video seemingly stars Myers in a home invasion narrative, but it seamlessly mends dark and light tones, with Myers’ actions being dark and two children who live in the aforementioned home playing and bringing brightness and color into the mix.
In the fall, Myers will be supporting AWOLNATION on tour, as well as playing dates at a number of festivals across the country. Her full headlining tour in support of Sorry has yet to be announced.
03. A Bolt From the Blue
05. I Really Want You to Hate Me
07. Lemon Eyes
08. Make A Shadow
09. The Morning After
Honeymoon is the fourth studio album and third major-label record by American singer Lana Del Rey. It was released on September 18, 2015, by UMG Recordings. Del Rey began planning the project two months after releasing her third studio albumUltraviolence (2014), ultimately deciding against reissuing the previous record in favor of producing a completely new follow-up project. Recording for the album began in December 2014, taking place at The Green Building and Electric Lady Studios before being finished in 2015.
Co-produced by Del Rey alongside longtime collaborators Rick Nowels and Kieron Menzies, Honeymoon takes influence from numerous genres including jazz, trap, blues, electronic and hip hop and has been characterized as more reminiscent of her major-label debut Born to Die and follow-up extended play Paradise (2012) than its immediate predecessor, Ultraviolence. The music features subtly layered vocals, decaying synths, echoing guitar lines, restrained drum patterns, chopped-and-screwed samples, and hints of jazz with lyrics that focus on themes of tortured romance, bitterness, lust, drugs, escapism and violence.
Upon release Honeymoon was commended by music critics, who praised its perceived consistency and timelessness, and further applauded Del Rey’s vocal delivery. Commercially the album was a success debuting at number two on the US Billboard 200, and peaking at number one in Australia and Ireland. “High by the Beach” was released as its lead single on August 10, 2015, and was followed by promotional singles “Terrence Loves You”, “Honeymoon”, and “Music to Watch Boys To” in anticipation of the parent record.
2. Music to Watch Boys to
3. Terrence Loves You
4. God Knows I Tried
5. High by the Beach
7. Art Deco
8. Burnt Norton (Interlude)
11. The Blackest Day
13. Swan Song
14. Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood