New Indie Albums May 2021

new-indie-albums-may-2021

May 5th

Remi Wolf – We Love Dogs!

The American singer and recording artist Remi Wolf will release a new EP title We Love Dogs! on May 5th. Her upcoming album includes fifteen new tracks.

May 6th

Sufjan Stevens – Convocations

The American indie singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens will drop the ninth studio album titled Convocations on May 5th. It is a 49-track reflection on a year of anxiety, uncertainty, isolation, and loss.

May 7th

Iceage – Seek Shelter

The Danish punk rock band Iceage will release a new album tıtled Seek ShelterThe upcoming album includes nine new tracks.

New Order – Education Entertainment Recreation

The English rock band New Order will drop Education Entertainment Recreation via mute. It is a new live album and concert film recorded during the band’s sole UK show of 2018.

Weezer – Van Weezer

The American indie rock band Weezer will share their fifteenth studio album titled Van Weezer on May 7th. The upcoming album includes twelve new tracks.

AsheAshlyn

The American singer and songwriter Ashe will release a new album titled Ashlyn on May 7th. The upcoming record set to features fourteen new songs. Speaking of the album, Ashe said that “Ashlyn is deeply reflective and honest, full of stories of my experiences with fear and pain and turning those hard things into joy and independence.”

Alfie Templeman – Forever Isn’t Long Enough

The English singer-songwriter Alfie Templeman will drop a new album titled Forever Isn’t Long Enough on May 7th. It is set to feature eight new tracks.

Bailey Bryan – Fresh Start

The American singer-songwriter Bailey Bryan will share a new album titled Fresh Start on May 7th. It includes eleven new tracks.

Nancy Wilson – You and Me

The American musician, singer, songwriter, producer, and film composer Nancy Wilson will unleash a new album titled You and Me after 5 years of breaks. The upcoming effort contains twelve new tracks.

Dodie – Build a Problem
The English singer-songwriter Dodie will release her debut album titled Build a Problem on May 7th. The upcoming album includes fourteen new songs.

May 14th

The Black Keys – Delta Kream

The US garage rock / blues rock band The Black Keys will share new album titled Delta Kream on May 14th. Their upcoming tenth album features eleven new tracks.

Daya – The Difference

The American singer and songwriter Daya will release a new album titled The Difference on May 14th. The upcoming album includes seven new records. Speaking of the album, she said; “Before this album I felt like I had to fit my songs into some kind of a mold, but now I’m less worried about keeping everything in a particular structure. The process feels much more free-flowing now, where I’m just trying out different ideas and seeing where they lead me.”

Jorja Smith – Be Right Back

The English singer-songwriter Jorja Smith will share her third new EP titled Be Right Back on May 14th. The upcoming effort is set to feature eight new tracks.

Juliana Hatfield – Blood

The American musician and singer-songwriter Juliana Hatfield will share a new album titled Blood on may 14th. The new upcoming album includes ten new tracks.

Myles Kennedy – The Ides of March

Myles Kennedy, best known as the lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist of the rock band Alter Bridge, will share his second full-length solo album titled The Ides of March on May14th. The upcoming album features eleven new songs.

 Paul Weller – Fat Pop (Volume 1)

The English singer-songwriter and musician Paul Weller will drop his sixteenth studio album titled Fat Pop (Volume 1) on May14th.

St. Vincent – Daddy’s Home

The American indie rock singer and songwriter St. Vincent will share a new album titled Daddy’s Home on May 14th. The new upcoming album is set to feature eleven new songs.

Sons of Kemet – Black to the Future

The British jazz group Sons of Kemet will release a new album titled Black to the Future on May 14th. Speaking of the album, they commented; “Black to the Future is a sonic poem for the invocation of power, remembrance and healing. It depicts a movement to redefine and reaffirm what it means to strive for black power.”

About Salih Metin 522 Articles
Hi! I'm Salih, a freelance writer and a fan of indie music. I'm sorry for any grammatical errors. Please bear with me as it's not my first language. You can contact me for correction any time: salih(at)indieheads.net