Albums to look forward to this Fall

As the summer draws to a close, classes start and leaves begin to fall, many highly anticipated albums will be released. Below are just a few choice cuts of soon-to-be-heard albums that have already been getting some major hype.

Lana Del Rey—“Honeymoon” (Sept. 18)

Lizzy Grant’s fourth album as the mysterious and sexy Lana Del Rey hits the shelves on Sept. 18th. According to earlier reports, Del Rey says this album will be “very different” from her previous album, “Ultraviolence,” and more similar to her first two albums. Hopefully the sadcore slow jams of the last album will still be featured. Already released tracks include “High By The Beach” and “Terrence Loves You.”

Chvrches—“Every Open Eye” (Sept. 25)

The Scottish trio Chvrches will be releasing its follow-up to 2013’s “The Bones of What You Believe” in late September. Its critically-acclaimed debut left listeners itching for more danceable-synthpop tunes featuring lead singer Lauren Mayberry’s signature high-pitched, sweet-sounding vocals. Songs we’ve already heard from “Every Open Eye” include “Get Away” and “Leave a Trace,” both of which indicate that the new album will be full of dancefloor-ready tunes.

Disclosure—“Caracal” (Sept. 25)

Disclosure, an EDM duo made up of two brothers from England, releases its sophomore album “Caracal” on Sept. 25th. When the pair’s debut album “Settle” came out in 2013, it dominated the charts with hits like “Latch” and “White Noise.” Disclosure has teamed up with an incredibly long list of big names for this album, including Sam Smith, The Weeknd and Lorde. Tracks off the album that are already making the rounds include “Omen” with Sam Smith and the club-ready “Bang That.”

Joanna Newsom—“Divers” (Oct. 23)

Indie folk lovers rejoice: another Joanna Newsom album. “Divers,” the follow-up to Newsom’s massive triple album “Have One on Me,” will be her fourth in 11 years. Though not much is known yet about the upcoming album, listeners can expect her classic Appalachian-style vocals paired with lush instrumentals and complex, storytelling lyrics. The lead single “Sapokanikan” was released with a music video of her wandering through New York City streets at night.