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Already blown through your Netflix queue while stuck inside? Thankfully, there’s still tons of new music—and also other entertainment offerings, too. Read on for our top quarantine picks this week.

MOVIES/TV

The Circle France

 

Done with Tiger King and ready for your next Netflix binge-watch? Try the social media-centric reality show The Circle—the streamer has American and Brazilian seasons already available, and The Circle France will drop April 9.

MUSIC/PODCASTS 

The Prettiest Curse by Hinds

 

Madrid quartet Hinds is back with their third album, and a bigger sound than ever before. Out April 3, and catch our full review soon on BUST.com.

If You’re Dreaming by Anna Burch

 

It’s been two years since Burch’s debut album, Quit the Curse, and the Detroit artist picks up right where she left off on her dreamy new record, out April 3.

I’m Your Empress Of by Empress Of

 

Lorely Rodriguez, also known as Empress Of, returns April 3 with her third album—and, as Rodriguez said in a press release, she tried an entirely new process this time, writing all the new tracks over the course of two months in her small studio.

“Over Yet” by Hayley Williams

 

We might have to wait a little longer than we thought for Williams’ solo album, but the Paramore frontwoman is continuing to drop singles leading up to its May release. The latest, “Over Yet,” is out now.

BOOKS

Afterlife by Julia Alvarez

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In bestselling author Julia Alvarez’s latest novel, a woman is coping with the death of her husband and the mysterious loss of her sister when a pregnant, undocumented teenager arrives on her doorstep. What follows is a story of family, love, and humanity. Out April 7.

Godshot by Chelsea Bieker

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Bieker’s first novel follows a teenage girl who goes on a quest to find her mother after she has been shunned and exiled from their community-turned-cult. Out now.

Everything She Touched: Life of Ruth Asawa by Marilyn Chase

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Chase’s biography offers a comprehensive – and visual – look into the life of iconic Japanese-American sculptor Ruth Asawa. Out April 7.

Top photo via YouTube / Hayley Williams

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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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