New Music To Look Out For In 2021

Sophie Lara, Staff Reporter

If quarantine and online school have taught me anything, it’s that music is genuinely a gift. Artists like Nas, Earl Sweatshirt and Noname and their good study music have kept me sane during the pandemic. However, I have also found myself listening to the same songs and playlists over and over again.  Luckily, a lot of artists are releasing new music to listen to this year! Here is some upcoming music to look forward to in 2021.

April’s New Music

April 16:

London Grammar’s Californian Soil” 

Norah Jones’ “‘Til We Meet Again” 

Portugal. The Man’s “Oregon City Sessions” 

SYML’s “Dim” EP 

Two Feet’s “Max Maco is Dead Right?” 

April 23:

Dinosaur Jr.’s “Sweep It Into Space” 

Malia Civetz’s “Heels In Hand” EP

Sir Sly’s “The Rise & Fall Of Loverboy” 

April 30:

Amy Shark’s “Cry Forever” 

Birdy’s “Young Heart” 

Dawn Richard’s “Second Line”  

Girl In Red’s “If I Could Make it Go Quiet”

May’s Upcoming Music

May 6:

Sufjan Stevens’ “Convocations” 

May 7:

Ashe’s ”Ashlyn” 

Ally and AJ’s “A Touch of the Beat Gets You Up on Your Feet Gets You Out and Then Into the Sun” 

Kenny Chesney’s “Here And Now Deluxe” 

Chloe Moriondo “Blood Bunny” 

Van Morrison’s “Latest Record Project: Volume 1”

May 14:

Shaed’s “High Dive”

 St. Vincent’s “Daddy’s Home”

May 21:

Blake Shleton’s “Body Language”

Twenty One Pilots “Scaled And Icy”

June’s Upcoming Music

June 1:

Lana Del Rey’s “Rock Candy Sweet” 

June 4:

Easy Life’s “Life’s a Beach” 

June 11:

AFI’s “Bodies”

June 25:

Alex McArtor’s “Welcome to the Wasteland” EP

June 30:

Prince’s “Welcome 2 America” 


So far, 2021 music is looking promising!