Feel like you’ve missed out on the week’s biggest releases? No worries, we’ve got you covered with a list of the best and latest guitar tracks. Here are four that you have to hear:
Borderlines by Baroness
Borderlines is the latest single from Baroness, and the first glimpse of their forthcoming album Grey & Gold, the last of their colour-themed records. Though it’s not as straightforward and riff-heavy as some fans might like, the song’s psychedelic flourishes and the shoegaze guitar in its coda all point to an interesting direction for the Philadelphia metal group.
Wasted Youth by Jenny Lewis
Wasted Youth is taken from Jenny Lewis’ new album, On The Line, out today. Guitarist Todd Wisenbaker accompanies the Rilo Kiley musician on this jaunty yet wistful track.
Los Invisibles by Santana featuring Buika
Carlos Santana has released a new song, Los Invisibles, featuring Spanish singer Buika. The track is the first glimpse of his forthcoming LP Africa Speaks, which was produced by Rick Rubin and entirely inspired by African music.
Awe At All Angles by Moon Tooth
New York band Moon Tooth release their sophomore album, Crux, next week. For a taste of the record, check out Awe At All Angles and its music video that champions the reinvigorating abilities of prog metal.
Can’t Find My Heart by Broken Social Scene
It seems releasing the album Hug Of Thunder in 2017 really kicked Broken Social Scene back into full throttle. The Canadian indie rockers released the Let’s Try The After Vol 1 EP last month, and this anthemic new song, Can’t Find My Heart, will appear on Vol 2 come April.
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