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Laura Jane Grace’s Top 10 Albums of 2017

Against Me! at Brooklyn Steel
Against Me! at Brooklyn Steel in October (more by Em Grey)

Against Me! have been having another great and busy year. They’ve been doing tons of touring in continued support of last year’s great Shape Shift With Me, and they celebrated the 15th anniversary of their debut Reinventing Axl Rose at The Fest. As the year comes to a close, we asked singer Laura Jane Grace what her 10 favorite albums of 2017 were, and she sent us a list that includes Big Thief, Bully, David Bazan, White Reaper, The Smith Street Band, Night Shop (aka Justin of The Babies, Kevin Morby’s band, and Flat Worms) and more. Check out her full list below.

Against Me! also did a “mystery band” set at The Fest, and you can watch a full-set video of that below:

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Laura Jane Grace’s Top 10 Albums of 2017
Big Thief – Capacity
Bully – Losing
Cory Branan – Adios
David Bazan – Care
Sweet Spirit – St Mojo
K. Flay – Everywhere is Somewhere
The Smith Street Band – More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me
White Reaper – The Worlds Best American Band
Night Shop – Self titled
Methyl Ethel – Everything Is Forgotten

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