New Music Friday: Our Top 10 Albums Out On Nov. 15 : All Songs Considered Our sprint through the best new albums out this week includes a posthumous release from rapper Lil Peep, gorgeous reflections from Bonnie "Prince" Billy, singer Mary Lambert and more.

Featured Albums And Songs:


1. Milky Chance - Mind the Moon
Featured Songs: "Oh Mama" and "Eden's House"
2. Brainstory - Buck
Featured Song: "Sorry"
3. Lady Antebellum - Ocean
Featured Song: "The Thing That Wrecks You"
4. Arthur Russell - Iowa Dream
Featured Song: "Everybody Everybody"
5. Lil Peep - Everybody's Everything
Featured Song: "Princess"
6. Bonnie "Prince" Billy - I Made A Place
Featured Song: "Dream A While"
7. Odessa - All Things
Featured Song: "All Things"
8. Mary Lambert - Grief Creature
Featured Songs: "Write You A Song" and "Me Museum"
9. Joe Henry - The Gospel According to Water
Featured Song: "Famine Walk"
10. Benoît Pioulard - Sylva
Featured Songs: "Raze II" and "Keep"

Other Notable Releases Out Nov. 15: Celine Dion — Courage; DJ Shadow — Our Pathetic Age; Fran — A Private Picture; Hammock — Silencia; Ice Cream — Fed Up; Jenny Owen Youngs — Night Shift; Juliana Hatfield — Juliana Hatfield Sings the Police; Maria Taylor — Maria Taylor; Molly Burch — The Molly Burch Christmas Album; Sam Amidon — Fatal Flower Garden; Tindersticks — No Treasure But Hope.
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Rapper Lil Peep. His posthumous, third full-length, Everybody's Everything, is on our shortlist for the best new albums out on Nov. 15. Adam DeGross/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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We open this week's show with Milky Chance, a duo from Germany that makes morning-after grooves with a global feel. Their new album is called Mind the Moon. We've also got two powerful, posthumous releases, one from the avant-garde composer and cellist Arthur Russell and the other from the late rapper Lil Peep, who died two years ago today (on Nov. 15, 2017). Singer Mary Lambert, best known as the voice behind the hook on Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' 2012 song "Same Love," has a deeply emotional and affecting solo album called Grief Creature. There's also new music this (very busy) week from Joe Henry, Bonnie "Prince" Billy, the country trio Lady Antebellum and more. NPR Music's Ann Powers and Stephen Thompson join host Robin Hilton as they run through their picks for the best new albums out Nov. 15.

Featured Albums:

  1. Milky Chance — Mind the Moon
    Featured Songs: "Oh Mama" and "Eden's House"
  2. Brainstory — Buck
    Featured Song: "Sorry"
  3. Lady Antebellum — Ocean
    Featured Song: "The Thing That Wrecks You"
  4. Arthur Russell — Iowa Dream
    Featured Song: "Everybody Everybody"
  5. Lil Peep — Everybody's Everything
    Featured Song: "Princess"
  6. Bonnie "Prince" Billy — I Made A Place
    Featured Song: "Dream A While"
  7. Odessa — All Things
    Featured Song: "All Things"
  8. Mary Lambert — Grief Creature
    Featured Songs: "Write You A Song" and "Me Museum"
  9. Joe Henry — The Gospel According to Water
    Featured Song: "Famine Walk"
  10. Benoît Pioulard — Sylva
    Featured Songs: "Raze II" and "Keep"

Other Notable Releases Out Nov. 15: Celine Dion — Courage; DJ Shadow — Our Pathetic Age; Fran — A Private Picture; Hammock — Silencia; Ice Cream — Fed Up; Jenny Owen Youngs — Night Shift; Juliana Hatfield — Juliana Hatfield Sings the Police; Maria Taylor — Maria Taylor; Molly Burch — The Molly Burch Christmas Album; Sam Amidon — Fatal Flower Garden; Tindersticks — No Treasure But Hope.