Marketing Specialty Publication THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2022 17 MUSIC AND BOOKS THEM, The Car EP Seattle-based pop-rock band, THEM, composed of four teens with fresh harmonies, is on the ascendant. Their debut EP featuring “Hair Clips,” “Crashed My Car” and “Sunset Blvd.,” came out in July. Share it with the cool kids in your life. $7 for digital album at thebandthem. bandcamp.com/album/the-car-ep Brandi Carlile, “In These Silent Days (Deluxe Edition) In the Canyon Haze” The deluxe edition of Carlile’s “In These Silent Days” reimagines the album in 1970s Laurel Canyon, with new arrangements, lush harmonies and rich strings Carlile says “sound like a sunset” — plus a rocking cover of Bowie’s “Space Oddity.” Prices vary, brandicarlile.shop.musictoday. com/dept/in-the-canyon-haze Live at KEXP Volume 10 This double album commemorates KEXP’s 50th anniversary this year, with decades of live sessions from Neko Case, Modest Mouse, The Presidents of the United States of America, Black Pumas and more. Every digital purchase funds more music, with 100% of proceeds going to the artists. Send a digital album as a gift: $10 at kexp.bandcamp.com/releases Bruce Springsteen, “Only The Strong Survive” Springsteen’s new album just released, a collection of classic soul and R&B covers he makes his own, from “Someday We’ll Be Together” by Diana Ross and the Supremes to “Night Shift” by The Commodores and Aretha Franklin’s “Don’t Play That Song.” Pre-order, prices vary, brucespringsteen.store “Fairy Tale” Stephen King’s newest book, written early in the pandemic, is a magnificent and terrifying tale about a 17-year-old boy and his dog, who gain access to a portal to another world where good and evil are at war, and the stakes are far-reaching. $18.49 at amazon.com “Running While Black: Finding Freedom in a Sport That Wasn’t Built for Us” Seattle-based, nationally known endurance athlete Alison Mariella Désir’s book launched mid-October: a powerful account of how running, which saved her life, is overrun with white supremacy, and a call to action to reimagine the industry and the power of movement. $24.30 at amazon.com “Long Road: Pearl Jam and the Soundtrack of a Generation” This new release by leading music journalist Steven Hyden chronicles beloved local band Pearl Jam’s resilient journey, including how they shaped the times and how their legacy transcends generations. $29 at Easy Street Records and easystreetonline.com Travel the road to renewal this holiday season and book the Discover Vancouver package to receive a $50 dining credit and self-parking per night. USE PROMO CODE: ZJL The Gift of Well-Being 1601 Bayshore Drive, Vancouver, Canada | 604.682.3377