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The Libertines, Vampire Weekend, L'Impératrice... The playlist of the week's releases

On the program of musical releases this week, rock, pop and covers.

It's spring and like the buds, musical projects are blooming. This Friday, April 5, day of musical releases, there is still something for all tastes ;ts with new records, covers and comebacks. This week, in the section of unmissable musical releases, we obviously note Pete Doherty's Libertines, who reward us with the album called All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade, but also Only God Was Above Us, the new album from Vampire Weekend.

Also worth noting is the cover album Once upon a time Polnareff, in which the singer is honored as a singer. by many artists, including Pomme, Indochine, Voyou, Catherine Ringer and Laurent Voulzy. And finally, we end this playlist with two singles: that of Hervé and The Empress. Plug in the speakers, turn up the volume, here is the playlist of this week's releases:

The Libertines – All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade

The Libertines, led by Pete Doherty, release this Friday the group's fourth album, and the first in nine years: All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade. An ambitious record of eleven tracks, including the singles released in recent weeks and of which we had already heard. spoken here: Run, Run, Run or Night of the Hunter. And a few nuggets, including the song Man With the Melody, sublimating the rediscovered voice of Pete Doherty.

Vampire Weekend – Only God Was Above Us

We stay in the rock department, but this time from across the Atlantic, with Only God Was Above Us, the new disc by the American group Vampire Weekend, released almost five years after the previous one, Father of the Bride< /em>. The ind trio New Yorker delivers here ten unreleased pieces and "one of his best" albums, according to American critics, notably The New Yorker.

Once upon a time there was Polnareff

Announced for weeks on social networks, the covers album Il & une fois Polnareff was released this Friday, April 5. On the program, the hits of the ;artist covered by others, notably Lettre à France by Malik Djoudi, Who killedé grandma by Pomme, In the empty house by Voyou, Love Me, Please Love Me by Catherine Ringer or Le bal des Laze by Laurent Voulzy.

Hervé – Sémaphore

No downtime for Hervé, who releases a new single calledé Sémaphore and announcing a next disc, scheduled for next May. A melancholic title the guitar recordedé in England, which augurs a new musical shift, & barely recovered from his last tour for his album Intérieur Vie.

The Empress – Danza Marilù

After Me Da Igual, The Empress continues to announce her next disc with a new single calledé Danza Marilù, in collaboration with Fabiana Martone, from the Italian group Nu Genea.&amp ;nbsp;The new album of the group emmené by Flore Benguigui, which will be titled Pulsar, is announced for June 7. The Empress continues her journey and will soon fly to the legendary Coachella festival, in the United States, for the second year held ;eacute;cutive.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116