Last week, NPR’s Robin Hilton released the weekly New Music Friday recommendations, this time suggesting that Jump’s Sparrow (out as of Fri. Sept. 14) is one of seven new albums “you should hear now.”

The weekly recs come complete with a nifty little playlist that lives on NPR Music’s Spotify for a week (it was updated this morning reflecting the new list, which you can keep up with on Spotify). Jump, Little Children’s first single off Sparrow, “Hand on My Heartache,” was the featured track, listed alongside songs by the likes of Low, Carrie Underwood, and We Were Promised Jetpacks.

And, bonus, a new track from the latest album from Charleston’s own She Returns from War is also featured on this week’s playlist. SRW’s new album, Mirrored Moon Dance Hall is available to stream now too.

Sparrow was crowdfunded earlier this year via PledgeMusic, and all who contributed to the making of the album will see their rewards delivered this week — a tad late due to Hurricane Florence-related postal delays. Pledgers received notifications on Thurs. Sept. 20 that orders were officially en route.

Jump held a private listening party on Wed. Sept. 19 at Footlight Players Theatre before embarking on a tour of the East Coast. They’ll close it out with a local release show at the Charleston Music Hall on Sat Oct. 6. For tickets, go here.

You can already listen to Jump’s Sparrow on Spotify and click play below right now to start this week’s New Music Friday playlist.