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  1. Amanda Palmer is releasing a new album, There Will Be No Intermission, on March 8, which is also International Women's Day. Now she has shared another song from it, "Voicemail for Jill," which tackles abortion and is a lifeline to those women struggling with the choice and the experience.
  2. Vampire Weekend are releasing a new album, Father of the Bride, this April via Columbia (exact release date TBA). They have already shared two songs from it: "Harmony Hall" (which was #2 on our Songs of the Week list) and "2021." Now they have shared a video for "Harmony Hall." Emmett Malloy directed the quirky clip, which features frontman Ezra Koenig making fancy pancakes in a robe, as well as lots of shots of a snake and more. As well as Koenig and his bandmates, the video features producer Ariel Rechtshaid, actor Jonah Hill, Dev Hynes (aka Blood Orange), and perhaps HAIM's Danielle Haim
  3. The enigmatic Norwegian electronic pop-punk quartet unveils their manic and tireless vision on their debut, Birthday. Warped and distended grooves slink under angular melodies that mix the cacophonic distortion of death metal with the reckless abandon and self-parody of pop. 
  4. So Dark the Night finds Joseph H. Lewis once again squeezing an impressive level of style out of a limited budget and tight shooting schedule.
  5. Johnny Marr released a new album, Call the Comet, in June 2018 via New Voodoo. Now the former guitarist for The Smiths has announced some new American tour dates for this spring. They happen this April and May and are on sale now.