Preorder Rundown: Week 02

We're liking 2022 already, it's a very solid week full of new listings for your browsing.


We've highlighted some dozen bits that piqued our interest. Lots of limited pressings to investigate, too!

Fontaines D.C.
Skinty Fia
Partisan Records

Bittersweet, provoking and absolutely massive third LP from the Dublin post-punks.



Aldous Harding
Warm Chris
4AD

The New Zealand musician reunites with producer John Parish and it already sounds bloody amazing.



Kae Tempest 
The Line Is A Curve
Fiction / Republic
Fourth studio album from Kae Tempest. "The Line Is A Curve is about letting go, of shame, anxiety, isolation and falling instead into surrender. Embracing the cyclical nature of time, growth, love."





Holodrum
Holodrum
Gringo Records

Self-titled debut LP from the Leeds-based super-seven-piece. Controlled euphoria, get locked in!




Honeyglaze
Honeyglaze
Speedy Wunderground

We got such vibes from this on just one listen. As ever, it's pure gold from Speedy Wunderground.






Charles Watson
YES
Moshi Moshi

First taste of the excellent new solo LP from Charles Watson.



Crows
Beware Believers
Bad Vibrations Records

Raucous and life affirming post-punk from the London four-piece.



Robert Glasper
Black Radio III
Concord

Grammy-winning producer Robert Glasper returns ten years after the debut of the first Black Radio LP. Pretty powerful stuff.




Guerilla Toss
Famously Alive
Sub Pop

New Yorkers Guerilla Toss return with a killer new single via Sub Pop. Excited about this one. 




Duncan Marquiss
Wires Turned Sideways In Time
Basin Rock

Absolutely sublime debut solo album from the multi-disciplinary artist.




Destroyer
Labyrinthitis
Bella Union

Dan Bejar returns as Destroyer with new label partner Bella Union.



Ed Schrader's Music Beat
Nightclub Daydreaming
Carpark Records

Return of the Baltimore duo, one of which is called Ed Schrader.




Also this week; Fenne LilyGuided By VoicesArab Strap, Emily Wells, Melissa Aldana, Soul Revivers, Yumi Zouma, The Threshold HouseBoys Choir, Bobby Weir and Wolf Bros, Johnny Marr and killer reissues to include; Pavement, Blackalicious, PJ Harvey and Echo & The Bunnymen.

Browse and shop here: driftrecords.com/preorder

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