Monday is here and so is another big update to our music catalogue. Toady we’ve added 4,150 albums and singles, in total more 41,000 new tracks are now up.
Most anticipated in todays update is the new Depeche Mode album, Sounds Of The Universe and also the new Green Day single, Know Your Enemy. Also out today is My Maudlin Career, a new album from Camera Obscura and Pop Lie, the new single by Okkervil River.
For a full listing of todays additions please have a look at the Google Doc. As with every update not all albums listed may be available in your country and some tracks previously available may no longer be playable due to regional restrictions.
Back in 2007 The Enemy broke onto the scene with their hugely popular first album, We’ll Live and Die in These Towns. On April 27th they are releasing their new album, Music For The People, but Spotify Premium users in the UK can listen to it on Spotify starting today.
For a taste of what the new album sounds like check out the first single off the album, No Time For Fears, then sign up for a premium account to hear the whole thing.
Lasse Lindh, the Swedish indie pop star, recently released a new single, Jag Ska Slåss I Dina Kvarter. Later this month, April 30th, he’s playing a gig at Nalen in Stockholm and we have two pairs of tickets to give away to two Spotify Premium users. If you’re interested in going to the concert leave a comment on the blog and we’ll pick two lucky winners later this week. For details about the show visit the official site.
Lasse also put together a playlist of some of his favorite tracks that he wanted to share with our readers, enjoy.