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March is coming to an end, and good riddance—as we move into April and stay inside, here are some new books, albums, and more to get you through the next week. We’re in this together.

MOVIES/TV

How to Get Away With Murder

 

After a mid-season hiatus, Shonda Rhimes’ acclaimed legal thriller is returning to ABC for a final stretch. New episodes will begin airing April 2. 

MUSIC/PODCASTS 

Saint Cloud by Waxahatchee

 

Waxahatchee’s fifth studio album sees Katie Crutchfield pick up right where she left off with 2018’s mellow, folksier EP, Great Thunder. Out March 27.

Before Love Came to Kill Us by Jessie Reyez

 

Toronto artist Reyez—who melds R&B, pop, and hip-hop—snagged a Grammy nomination for her 2018 EP, and finally, she’s releasing her highly anticipated official debut album. Out March 27.

The Caretaker by Half Waif

 

Nandi Rose, a.k.a. Half Waif, has already released several singles off her forthcoming album, including “In August” and “Ordinary Talk.” —and finally, the singer/songwriter/producer will drop The Caretaker on March 27.

Future Nostalgia by Dua Lipa

 

We could all use some new music to dance to (indoors) right now, and Dua Lipa’s new album is sure to deliver. Out March 27.

Jennifer Baumgardner and Amy Richards on BUST's Poptarts Podcast

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On the latest episode of BUST's podcast, our hosts were joined by the authors of Manifesta: Young Women, Feminism, and The Future to discuss the book's anniversary. Now streaming.

BOOKS

Wow, No Thank You.: Essays by Samantha Irby

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Our Spring 2020 lit pick, Samantha Irby’s latest essay collection tackles aging, marriage, and Irby’s time in Hollywood writing for hit TV show Shrill. Out March 31.

Days of Distraction by Alexandra Chang

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Chang’s “coming-of-adulthood” novel follows a young woman who follows her boyfriend from the West Coast to New York—and what ensues is an inquiry into issues of identity, technology, loss, and love. Out March 31, and catch our review in the Spring 2020 print edition of BUST.

The Upside of Being Down by Jen Gotch

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In her new memoir, ban.do founder and mental health advocate Jen Gotch tells the story of turning her hair accessories start-up into a major lifestyle brand, embracing her diagnoses, and finding joy. Out now, and find our interview with Gotch on BUST.com.

Top photo via ABC / How To Get Away With Murder

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Lydia Wang is a writer, a Pisces, and one of BUST's digital editors. Find her on Twitter or say hi: lydiaw@bust.com.

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