- Ani DiFranco, “Revolutionary Love”: The 22nd album from the indie-folk icon was inspired by Valarie Kaur’s book “See No Stranger.”
- Langhorne Slim, “Strawberry Mansion”: The Americana rocker from Nashville, via Langhorne, Pennsylvania, addresses his struggles with debilitating anxiety and depression on his seventh album.
- Lucero, “When You Found Me”: The veteran alt-country band from Memphis reunited with Grammy-winning producer Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Drive-by Truckers) on this 10th album.
- The Notwist, “Vertigo Days”: The first album in seven years from the German post-rock band plays as “one long, flowing suite” with collaborations with Saya (Japanese pop duo Tenniscoats), Ben LaMar Gay, jazz clarinetist Angel Bat Dawid and Argentinian electronic artist Juana Molina.
- The Besnard Lakes, “The Besnard Lakes Are the Last of the Great Thunderstorm Warnings”: Sixth album from the Montreal psych band is a double LP themed around the death of co-founder Jace Lasek’s father.
- Little Steven and the Disciples of Soul, “Macca to Mecca”: A 13-song love letter to the Beatles recorded at The Roundhouse in London in November 2017 with a special appearance by Paul McCartney.
Here's the title track from Ani DiFranco's "Revolutionary Love":