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Dave Matthews Band have announced their 10th studio album, Walk Around the Moon. It will arrive on May 19th and be supported by an expansive 2023 US tour. As a preview, they’ve shared the first single “Madman’s Eyes.” Longtime DMB collaborator John Alagía served as the executive producer of Walk Around the Moon, which is “as much a reflection on the current times as it is an urge to find common ground,” according to a press release. The band recorded most of the 12-track album with producer Rob Evans, including the aforementioned “Madman’s Eyes.” Pre-orders are ongoing. The US tour kicks off on May 19th in The Woodlands, Texas. It will include DMB’s first show at New York’s Forest Hills Stadium as well as two-night stands in Charleston, South Carolina; Chicago, Illinois; and West...
Björk’s daughter Ísadóra Bjarkardóttir Barney is stepping out of her mother’s shadow to release the new song, “bergmál,” which she wrote and sang as part of the Reykjavík art collective Post-Dreifing. The 21-year-old Ísadóra had previously worked with her powerhouse mom on her latest album, Fossora, where the younger artist contributed to the track, “Her Mother’s House.” Ísadóra is the only artist credited on “bergmál,” a folksy number built around layered harmonies, hand claps, and simple plucked strings. It’s a great opportunity to enjoy Ísadóra’s voice — less ethereal than her mother’s, and with a rooted, earthy tone. Check out “bergmál” below. The song appears on Post-Dreifing’s January 20th album, Drullumall # 4, a 14-track collaboration t...