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New Tunes Tuesday: Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas, Kimbra, Imogen Heap


Happy Tuesday, music fans. There is some truly splendid music coming out this week, including the debut full-length album—one of my favorite records released so far this year—from Detroit rock band Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas, the sophomore album from New Zealand-born pop singer Kimbra and the fourth solo album by British singer-songwriter Imogen Heap. There's also new stuff from Florida '60s-influenced surf-rock trio Beach Day and New Orleans-based singer-songwriter Benjamin Booker. As a sneak peek for next week, NPR First Listen is currently streaming Bay Area garage-rocker Ty Segall's new album, Manipulator, which drops Aug. 26.

Jessica Hernandez & the Deltas, Secret Evil
"Sorry I Stole Your Man"

Kimbra, The Golden Echo

Imogen Heap, Sparks
"The Listening Chair"

Beach Day, Native Echoes
"Don't Call Me on the Phone"

Benjamin Booker, Benjamin Booker
"Have You Seen My Son?"