New releases out this Tuesday, June 15: Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Robyn, Those Poor Bastards, The Gaslight Anthem, DEVO, Sarah McLachlan, Cowboy Junkies, and more (with audio + video)


[image-1], Something for Everybody (Warner Bros.)


Drake, Thank Me Later (Cash Money)


Fred Eaglesmith, Cha Cha Cha (Lonesome Day)


Foghat, Last Train Home (Foghat)


The band's first new album in seven years; click here to read Jeff's review.


Freedom Call, Legend Of The Shadowking (SPV/Steamhammer)


Foals, Total Life Forever (Sub Pop)


Check out the video for "Miami," the first single, below.



Foxy Shazam, Foxy Shazam (Sire)


The Gaslight Anthem, American Slang (SideOneDummy)


The Golden Filter, Voluspa (Brille Records)


The NYC discotronica duo finally releases their debut record; Pitchfork.com calls it "an infectious slice of shimmering disco beats, sparkling synth melodies and breathy disaffected vocals," although the site could only summon up enough favor to give it a rating of 5.8.


Here's the video for the song, "Solid Gold"



The Golden Filter - "Solid Gold" from The Golden Filter on Vimeo.


[image-2], El Existential (Nat Geo Music)


Ed Harcourt, Lustre (Nice Music Group/Piano Wolf Recordings)


Imperial, In Fear & Faith (Rise)


Chris Isaak, Live at the Fillmore (Mailboat)


Let Me Run, Broken Strings EP (Paper + Plastick)


A Loss for Words, Motown Classics (1o1)


The Boston pop-punk five-piece presents an album of snotty reworked R&B and Motown classics by the Jackson 5, Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, the Supremes, and others.


[image-3], Laws Of Illusion (Arista)


Nappy Roots, Pursuit of Nappyness (Nappy Roots Group)


OASIS, Time Flies… 1994-2009 2CD set (Sony Legacy)


Papa Roach, To Be Loved: The Best of Papa Roach (Geffen)


Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, MOJO (Reprise)


Punch Brothers, Antifogmatic (Nonesuch)


Rasputina, Sister Kinderhook (Filthy Bonnet)


Robyn, Body Talk PT. 1 (Cherrytree Records)


The Swedish pop singer-songwriter presents her fifth album, and the first of three "mini" albums due out in the next several months, before the end of 2010. Here's the video for her single, "Dancing on My Own."



Robyn 'Dancing On My Own' (Official Video) from Robyn on Vimeo.


Markus Schulz, Do You Dream? (Ultra)


Stewart, Kicks (self-released)


Check out their first single, "Dance with Me," below.


Dance with Me


[image-4]Those Poor Bastards, Gospel Haunted (Tribulation)


Suzanne Vega, Close-Up Vol. 1, Love Songs (Razor & Tie)


Vega reinterprets the majority of her catalog in a series of four intimate, thematic albums released over the next two years. This first one features stripped-down versions of "Marlene On The Wall," the Bossa Nova favorite "Caramel," "Small Blue Thing," and others.


We Are Scientists, Barbara (Red)











This week’s new music releases. To see last week’s breakdown of releases (out June 8), click here.; and for releases out June 1, click here.

Bad Veins, Outliers EP (Dangerbird)

Boyce Avenue, All We Have Left (Universale Republic)

Cowboy Junkies, Renmin Park (Razor & Tie)

According to Cowboy Junkies singer-songwriter Michael Timmins, "In late 2008, my family and I were given an opportunity to spend three months in China. Renmin Park is a reflection of my family's adventure in China. It's a fictional love story about two people whose two worlds will forever keep them apart. It's a thank-you letter to an obscure city and the people who opened up their lives to five very strange strangers. It's a document about a bewilderingly complex culture that is, once again, experiencing a massive upheaval. It's another chapter in a band's ongoing twenty-five year journey."

Check it out the album in its entirety after the jump:

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