Phoenix, HAIM and Foster The People all announced new albums today

Phoenix, HAIM and Foster The People all announced new albums today

And you can hear fresh tracks from every one of them!

2017 has already been a great year new music, and of course seen as it's only April, there's still plenty of time - and albums - left to come. Today/this week we've received word of three new albums from some of the world's favourite indie-pop artists in Phoenix, HAIM, and Foster The People. So let's see what we can expect, and also take a listen to tracks from each:

First up Phoenix's new album is called Ti Amo, and is set for release on Friday 9 June via via Liberator Music/Loyaute/Glassnote Records. Talking to the New York Times earlier this week, the band said it's their "most unabashedly romantic record yet.” And first single, J-Boy, sounds awesome:

Next up, HAIM announced their second album, Something To Tell You, will be released on July via Polydor. And the announcement came with a live studio session version of new song, Right Now, shot by frickin' god-level director Paul Thomas Anderson (Boogie NightsMagnolia). As you might expect, it's fucking gorgeous:

And finally Foster The People have announced their third album, titled III, will be released at some point this year, and dropped THREE new singles to celebrate the fact.

What a time to be alive.

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