Sunrise Records Spring Release Preview
Published Mar 15, 2019Promotional consideration provided by Sunrise Records.
Sunrise Records previews some of the exciting content they're currently showcasing, including some cool exclusives available only at Sunrise Records stores. Check them out!
Out April 16
Glass is M. Night Shyamalan's epic conclusion to his previous films Unbreakable and Split. Glass brings together the iconic, beloved characters from the previous films, seeing David Dunn (Bruce Willis) pursuing one of Kevin Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy)'s many personalities known as "The Beast" with Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson) being the puppeteer connected to both men. This #SunriseExclusive includes three collectable character cards.
The Medicine Show
Out April 12
Grammy-nominated artist Melissa Etheridge delivers a raw album that addresses addiction and embodies healing and wellness, and the process that comes with it. Etheridge gets real about America's opioid crisis on The Medicine Show, which ultimately is the perfect title to the artist's 15th studio recording.
Out April 12
Begin Again, a new collection of singles that gathers seven eclectic songs that Norah Jones has recorded over the past year with collaborators including Jeff Tweedy and Thomas Bartlett. The music ranges from riveting electronic experiments to starkly acoustic folk ballads to organ-and-horn drenched soul songs. With the addition of three more previously unreleased songs, Begin Again presents seven snapshots of creativity from one of the music world's most versatile and consistently intriguing artists.
Out April 12
Veteran electronic duo the Chemical Brothers are together once again for No Geography, the pair's first album since 2015. Along with the title track, the album's ten-song tracklist features previously released singles "Free Yourself" and "MAH" as well as "Got to Keep On."
On the Line
Out March 22
Jenny Lewis's fourth solo album goes into detail, bringing in star collaborators such as Grammy winning artist Beck, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers keyboardist Benmont Tench and iconic former Beatle Ringo Starr and promises to lift Lewis' talent and charisma to new heights.
OK, I'm Sick
Out February 22
OK, I'm Sick is Badflower's first full-length, jumping right into it with powerful lyrics that have no filter including the #1 rock song "Ghost" and their brand new song, "Heroin." The band's rock power meets emotive ballads to deliver a well-rounded debut.
Out April 5
Wilderness Road brings Gino Vannelli's first studio release in ten years. The album is perfect for both veteran fans and new fans alike. Vannelli delivers the legendary songwriting that fans love him for, being just as soulful and reflective as his previous releases.
A Star is Born Soundtrack
Grammy and Oscar nominated film A Star is Born is Bradley Cooper's stunning directorial debut. Hear Ally (Lady Gaga) and Jackson Maine (Cooper) belt out their emotional ballads, like iconic Oscar- and Grammy-winning single "Shallow," and relive their love story through the film's official soundtrack.
The Black Album
Weezer's contrasting followup to 2016's The White Album is exactly that. The Black Album is Weezer's long-awaited 13th studio album featuring the previously released singles "High as a Kite," "Zombie Bastards" and "Living in L.A." Rivers Cuomo and the band bring the fifth edition to their series of self-titled, colour-focused albums with The Black Album.
Beerbongs & Bentleys
Post Malone gets emotional on Beerbongs & Bentleys, combining his R&B, hip-hop style with the raw feelings of heartbreak. Simultaneously, the album pokes fun at appealing to the masses with universal classics like "rockstar" featuring 21 Savage. Post Malone's second studio album is a versatile addition to playlists of any genre.
Red Pill Blues
Maroon 5's sixth studio album Red Pill Blues sees the band collaborate with Grammy-winning rapper Cardi B on "Girls Like You" and breakout R&B artist SZA on "What Lovers Do." Maroon 5 embrace their indie pop roots, combined with modern hip-hop and R&B styles for a slick, groove-driven album on Red Pill Blues.
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Soundtrack
Marvel's unique endeavour into the classic web-slinger stories was a critically acclaimed release, right down to the soundtrack. Featuring original tracks from Post Malone, Swae Lee, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne, the Into The Spider-Verse soundtrack transports the listeners into the multiverse with Miles Morales and the rest of the spidey gang.
thank u, next
After a year of hardship, pop princess Ariana Grande has come out on top with thank u, next. Grande proves that her sound has evolved and matured with her over the years on her fifth studio album. Grande also topped a 55-year chart record lead by the Beatles with three of the album singles holding the top three Billboard Hot 100 spots, making her the first solo artist to accomplish the record.
Dragon Ball Super: Broly
Out April 16
Dragon Ball Super: Broly follows Goku and Vegeta on their mission to locate the Dragon Balls stolen by Frieza and his soldiers. Goku and Vegeta must defeat Broly, a powerful Saiyan with a personal agenda hellbent on defeating Vegeta after he was exiled by his father. Can the pair take down Frieza's evil forces or will they fall?
Time Hasn't Changed You
Altameda's sophomore record ebbs and flows with every high and low of a relationship. Time Hasn't Changed You beautifully captures the emotions of having loved and lost, and sounds exactly like the beautiful mess that life is. The album is both nostalgic and hopeful for the future, making it a timeless classic.
Toronto psych-rockers Lost Cousins debut with a stunning full-length that describes the messier bits of growing up. In Scenery is about life transitions, learning to say goodbye and being comfortable with change no matter how difficult it may be.
Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost
Britain's Foals get subtly political with their long awaited fifth studio release. Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost reflects the environment that it was developed in and the songs navigate the confusing political and societal landscape of today. The album showcases the band's most complex musical endeavour to date.
Four years apart from their last release, Marianas Trench have returned with Phantoms. The long-awaited and fittingly titled album is a hauntingly beautiful embodiment possessed by the spirit of a lingering, unforgettable loss. Phantoms features lead singles "I Knew You When," "Only the Lonely Survive," and "Echoes of You (feat. Roger Joseph Manning Jr.).
JetSetJazz features ten beautiful Matt Dusk originals as well as six songs that serve as an stunning tribute to the legendary Frank Sinatra. The album instantly transports the listener to a different era, where the vibrancy of the swingin' '60s is alive and well. JetSetJazz gives you a first class ticket on a trip around the world.
Gold In a Brass Age
David Gray's latest release is an album of exploration, trying new sounds and production techniques and going to places that Gray has never gone to before. Gold In a Brass Age reignites the artist's passion for songwriting, marking his eleventh studio release over his expansive 25-year career.
Halfway Home by Morning
Out March 22
Matt Andersen's music is dripping with emotion on Halfway Home by Morning. The soulful artist croons effortlessly with his tenth full-length, seeming more comfortable and content with his sound than ever before. Halfway Home by Morning is the perfect mix of raw and put-together, bringing Andersen's most well-rounded work to date.
Mansionair's debut album has been a long time coming. Shadowboxer is an amalgamation of the band's first few years working together. The album is about acknowledging the darkest parts of oneself, and making mistakes and learning to be okay with it. Shadowboxer looks towards the light, despite it all.
In The Land Of
Out March 29
Wintersleep return full of deep introspection with their seventh full-length, In The Land Of. The album captures the idea of feeling foreign in the land around you, and feeling alien from yourself and from others. In the Land Of is a geographical exploration of identity and the lands we occupy; ones which we must know, explore and surrender ourselves to.