New Songs, Albums Released This Week | RXP’s Fresh Friday

Here's some new music to check out for Friday, February 26.

New songs released this week:

The Offspring- “Let The Bad Times Roll”

The Offspring released their newest single “Let The Bad Times Roll” this week, which is the title track from the band’s tenth studio album out on April 16th via Concord. This song was written in late 2019 and recorded in 2020, and reflects the country’s ongoing challenges. Stream it here.

Mansionair- “More”

Mansionair released their newest song “More” this week. Singer Jack Froggatt said, “‘More’ began as a concept about a character completely delusional with their desire for more. I spent the summer of 2019/20 refining and jotting down provacative phrases that linked to the topic, as I did I began to connect deeper with this feeling, resonating with this desire in me for more, competing with others, and repeating the cycle of buying useless sh*t to make me happy. It was such a fun song to write, collecting modern day problems and putting them into the song.  It’s part tongue-in-cheek, but was a real awakening in seeing myself in that character.” released Stream it here.

Morgxn- “How Do You Hold What Hurts”

Morgxn released a powerful new song “How Do You Hold What Hurts”. Morgxn said: “This song might be about missing someone or it might be about the missing of some specific memory. It’s like I can taste what it felt like to be connected but also I have no idea anymore. I knew I had written it a long time ago in a basement in London. It’s like I left this song as a clue for myself when the world opens up. ‘Will it taste like I remember? How do you make space when there is no room?'”Stream it here.

Nessa Barrett- “la di die (feat. jxdn)”

Nessa Barrett released a brand new song feat jxdn  “la di die” this week. The single was produced by Travis Barker. Stream it here.

Real Estate- “Half A Human”

Real Estate released a brand new song “Half A Human” ahead of their new EP out April 26th. Stream it here.


New Albums Released
February 26, 2021

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