There’s nothing better than discovering a new band with a sound that makes us feel things! If you’re into rock music, you’re in luck! This fall, you’re going to be astounded by all the new music you’ll get to discover. If you’ve been searching for music from an artist that has a better handle on how to put your emotions into words, look no further! This fall is for the girls and we’re going to prove it! This fall, check out these hot albums by women of rock!
This self-titled album by indie-rock singer Laetitia Tamko, better known by her stage name Vagabon, is set to release on October 18. This album conveys the importance of having deeply felt emotions and allowing oneself to feel them.
Featured songs include “Every Woman,” a song detailing the experience of searching for space when feeling different and “Flood,” about realizing that vulnerability can have a positive effect on one’s life.
This alternative/indie album by Angel Olsen was released on October 4. Angel Olsen doesn’t only tackle romantic heartbreak, she sings about the complexity of all kinds of relationships.
Enduring a love that has become one-sided is the worst kind of pain. Holding onto the relationship only makes things worse. This album highlights the importance of self-love in the aftermath of heartbreak and failed friendships.
The music on this album will encourage you to turn your unrequited love into self-love.
This indie rock/dream pop album by Melina Duterte, known as Jay Som, was released in late August. For this album, Duterte wanted to be her authentic and unfiltered self. She wanted her songs to be full of personality, and she accomplishes that with the wide array of voices and styles she learned from other artists.
The album has allowed Duterte to show us what she’s learned since her last album. She has more of a carefree attitude and wanted to experiment with different sounds, leading to one amazing album.
Means to Me
Long Beard is an alternative/indie band from New Brunswick, New Jersey made up of one member: Leslie Bear. Her album was released on September 13. She claims that writing the songs helped her through a dark time and wants to share them in the hopes that they will help others, too.
The music on this album outlines Leslie Bear’s life as she grew up in the suburbs, making the music relatable to many. Her experiences are personal, but the songs tell a story that’s easy to understand.
Notable Women of Rock
Summer’s over, so it’s time to put your summer playlist on hold. This fall, give a few of these rock albums a listen! These women of rock will broaden your musical horizons and remind you that you can organize your thoughts with music!
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