It's that time of the week! Here are five of the very best artworks for this week's Creative New Music Friday including credits for all the creators involved.
1. Doja Cat - Planet Her
Doja Cat’s follow-up to 2019’s Hot Pink, Planet Her propels the LA superstar rapper to intergalactic heights with guests including Ariana Grande, Young Thug and The Weeknd.
2. Faye Webster - I Know I'm Funny haha
23-year-old Atlanta songwriter Faye Webster’s signature sound pairs close, whisper-quiet, home-recorded vocals with the unmistakable sound of musicians together again.
3. Lucy Dacus - Home Video
After returning home to Richmond, VA, where the album art was also shot, Lucy Dacus explores diary-inspired childhood memories with Home Video - a catchy ode to youth, nostalgia and teenage awkwardness.
4. 10,000 Years – II
Stoner metal heavyweights 10,000 Years draw from Sweden's fertile sonic landscape with the release of their debut full-length album, titled II. Impressively, the album was recorded over just three days earlier this year.
5. Emily Davis and The Murder Police – Never A Moment Alone
El Paso-based Emily Davis and The Murder Police fuse folk and punk on their second LP, Never A Moment Alone. The vibrant band’s cult Southwest following has been stirred by their heartfelt, passionate songs.