Hear Songs From Wilco, The Avett Brothers, And More On New Music Thursday

XRT favorite, WILCO returns with a new album, Schmilco, and we’re stoked to share the sounds. We’ll dig deeper in to Avett Brothers’ album, True Sadness. Chris Robinson Brotherhood’s new album, We Know How You Feel, is in stores July 29 and we’ll give you an advanced listen. we’ll hear from Eric Clapton’s latest, I Still Do. We’ll explore more from The Lumineers’ new album, Cleopatra. To gear you up for their Lolla headlining set, more from Red Hot Chili Peppers’ album, The Getaway. Phantogram released a new single & we’ll give you a taste. We wanted to spin something from our next XRT/Billions First Impressions artist, Adia Victoria. M83 just dropped a new single and we’ll prep you for their upcoming Lolla set. We’ll introduce you to Irish rocker, Foy Vance. St. Paul & The Broken Bones premiered a new song, “All I Ever Wonder” and we’ll give it a couple spins. Bastille is returning with a new album, Wild World, and we hope you dig it. The Jayhawks’ new album, Paging Mr. Proust is a stunner so we want to share. Chicago fave, Whitney, stopped by the XRT studios last week & we wanted to highlight their new album some more. Of course, more Radiohead to prepare you for next week’s big festival set. Local Natives are gearing us up for their Lolla performance with a new single, Fountain of Youth. From Austin you’ll hear music from The Wind + The Wave. Mumford & Sons have teamed up with Baaba Maal and many others for their new release, Johannesburg, due out next week. Sunday Night Concert feature artist, Michael Kiwanuka’s album, Love & Hate, was just released so we’ll share more from that.


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