Top Tickets This Week: AJ Tracey, James, Imelda May, Status Quo, Fatboy Slim, The Libertines, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, Katherine Ryan and more

AJ Tracey

AJ Tracey has announced the Flu Game Tour for November, with arena shows lined up in Dublin, Birmingham, Cardiff, Manchester and London, where he’ll take over the O2 Arena. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on April 23. The trek shares its name with Tracey’s second album, released last week (April 16).

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James

James will return to Scarborough Open Air Theatre on September 9, with tickets for the show on general sale at 9am on April 23. They’re also due to appear at Playground Weekender, Deer Shed FestivalNeighbourhood Weekender and the Isle of Wight Festival, and will hit the road for a UK and Ireland arena tour with Happy Mondays in the autumn.

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Imelda May

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The Dublin singer-songwriter will embark on her Made To Love Tour in 2022, kicking off on April 4 at Birmingham’s Symphony Hall and wrapping up with three homecoming performances at Vicar Street on May 13, 14 and 15. The gigs mark her first proper trek in over five years and will support her sixth LP, ’11 Past The Hour’, released last week (April 16) via Decca Records. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on April 23.

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Status Quo

The legendary British rockers, who put out ‘Backbone’ in 2019, will call in Belfast, Dublin, Hull, Stockton, Liverpool, Birmingham, Southend, Ipswich, Leicester, Guildford, Manchester, Cardiff, Oxford and Bath between February 27 and March 18. Tickets go on sale at 10am on April 23.

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Fatboy Slim

The Brighton DJ and producer will take over the Telegraph Building in Belfast on October 23 to help celebrate events promoter Shine’s 25th Birthday. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on April 23. He’ll also headline Blackpool Rocks on June 26, with tickets on sale at 9am on April 23.

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The Libertines

The band will now kick off their Giddy Up A Ding-Dong Tour at Margate’s Winter Gardens on November 20. They’ll also hit the O2 Academy Leicester on December 7. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 23.

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Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

Due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, the group will now hit the road in summer 2022, beginning with a new stop at Birmingham’s Resorts World Arena on June 26. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 23.

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Katherine Ryan

Due to demand, the Canadian comedian and star of Netflix show The Duchess has added 12 new dates to her Missus Tour. She’ll now also call in Doncaster, Manchester, Worthing, Milton Keynes, Llandudno, Bromley, Hastings, Brighton, Norwich, Torquay, Peterborough and Grimsby during spring 2022. Tickets go on sale at 10am on April 23.

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Also announced this week:

  • Culture Club have lined up four Heritage Live shows for the summer.
  • Nile Rodgers and CHIC will top the bill at Hampton Court Palace Festival on August 22, following a newly announced third performance by Tom Jones the day before.
  • Django Django have announced plans to tour the UK and Europe this autumn.
  • Waterparks have rescheduled their See You In The Future Tour of the UK to 2022.
  • Feeder have confirmed a summer date at Newport’s Tredeger Park.
  • Gemma Collins has announced The GC’s Big Night Out Tour for October.

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This Week’s New Releases: Paul McCartney, The Offspring And Norah Jones

I would go as far as saying there’s a little something for everyone this week. Paul McCartney has enlisted Blood Orange, Blur’s Damon Albarn, Anderson .Paak, Queens Of The Stone Age’s Josh Homme, St Vincent, Phoebe Bridgers, Beck and more to cover tracks from his latest solo LP, 2020’s ‘McCartney III’. Meanwhile, The Offspring have returned with their first new album in nine years and Norah Jones has released her first live LP.

Head south for the rest of this week’s new releases.

Alex Henry Foster – ‘Standing Under Bright Lights (Live)’ (Hopeful Tragedy)

Eric Church – ‘Heart’ (EMI Nashville)

Garage a Trois – ‘Calm Down Cologne’ (Royal Potato Family)

Greta Van Fleet – ‘The Battle At Garden’s Gate’ (Lava/Republic)

Havelocke – ‘Arsonist’ EP (Silent Cult)

Holding Absence – ‘The Greatest Mistake Of My Life’ (Sharptone)

Liquid Tension Experiment – ‘LTE3’ (Century Media/InsideOutMusic/SPV)

The Living – ‘1982’ (Loosegroove)

Marty Friedman – ‘Tokyo Jukebox 3’ (Mascot/The Players Club)

Motorpsycho – ‘Kingdom Of Oblivion’ (Rune Grammofon)

Norah Jones – ”Til We Meet Again (Live)’ (Blue Note)

The Offspring – ‘Let The Bad Times Roll’ (Concord)

Paul McCartney – ‘McCartney III Imagined’ (Capitol)

The Polyphonic Spree – ‘Afflatus’ (Good Records)

Saint Raymond – ‘We Forgot We Were Dreaming’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Sam Eagle – ‘She’s So Nice’ EP (Cooking Vinyl)

Sharon Van Etten – ‘Epic Ten’ (Ba Da Bing!)

Son Lux – ‘Tomorrows III’ (City Slang)

While She Sleeps – ‘Sleeps Society’ (Search and Destroy/Spinefarm)

Young Thug – ‘Slime Language 2’ (Young Stoner Life/3oo Entertainment)

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Top Tickets This Week: The Libertines, Snow Patrol, Dermot Kennedy, Tom Jones and more

The Libertines

The Libertines have confirmed 15 up close and personal shows for their Giddy Up A Ding-Dong Tour in November and December. Stops include Bournemouth, Brighton, Norwich, Birmingham, Leeds, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester, Cardiff, Bristol, Nottingham, Sheffield, and London, where they’ll play two nights at the O2 Forum Kentish Town. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 16.

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Snow Patrol

The Northern Ireland indie-rock giants will take over the Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl on September 26 as part of the Sounds Of The City concert series. Tickets go on general sale at 9.30am on April 16. The band, who released ‘Wildness’ in 2018, will also headline Scaroborough Open Air Theatre, the Isle Of Wight Festival, and TRNSMT Festival in September. They’ll also appear at the rescheduled Lytham Festival in June 2022.

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Dermot Kennedy

The Irish vocalist will perform at Manchester’s Castlefield Bowl on September 21 as part of the Sounds Of The City concert series. He has also added a third night at London’s Alexandra Palace on September 25 to his previously rescheduled tour plans. Tickets for the new shows go on general sale at 9am on April 16.

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Tom Jones

The legendary vocalist will perform at Rhyl Events Arena in Wales on September 1, with tickets on general sale at 10am on April 16.  The 80-year-old will also celebrate his upcoming album, ‘Surrounded By Time’, with a performance of the record in full at London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on July 27. Tickets for that show go on sale at 9am on April 16.

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Also announced this week:

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This Week’s New Releases: Taylor Swift, Cheap Trick And Max Richter

People have been waiting a long time for some of this week’s records. Taylor Swift has released a completely re-recorded version of her 2008 album ‘Fearless’, which also includes previously unreleased songs written during the same sessions.

Cheap Trick, meanwhile, have finally followed up 2017’s ‘We’re All Alright!’ and Max Richter has put out the follow-up and a companion piece to 2020’s ‘Voices’.

Fancy something else? Head below.

Balmorhea – ‘The Wind’ (Deutsche Grammophon)

Benny Sings – ‘Music’ (Stones Throw)

Cheap Trick – ‘In Another World’ (BMG)

Clamm – ‘Beseech Me’ (Meat Machine)

Declan O’Rourke – ‘Arrivals’ (Warner)

Ed Cosens – ‘Fortunes Favour’ (Distiller)

Luke Bryan – ‘Born Here Live Here Die Here’ (Capitol Nashville)

Matthew E. White and Lonnie Holley – ‘Broken Mirror: A Selfie Reflection’ (Spacebomb/Jagjaguwar)

Max Richter – ‘Voices 2’ (Universal)

Miguel – ‘Art Dealer Chic 4’ EP (ByStorm/RCA/Sony)

Muttering – ‘Don’t Think About It’ EP (Failure By Design)

The Orb – ‘Abolition Of The Royal Familia (Guillotine Mixes)’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Orions Belte – ‘Villa Amorini’ (Jansen)

PONY – ‘TV Baby’ (Take This To Heart Records)

The Reds, Pinks and Purples – ‘Uncommon Weather’ (Tough Love)

Silver Synthetic – ‘Silver Synthetic’ (Third Man Records)

Spirit of the Beehive – ‘Entertainment, Death’ (Saddle Creek)

Struggle Jennings – ‘Troubadour Of Troubled Souls’ (Angels and Outlaws)

Taylor Swift – ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ (EMI)

Winds – ‘Look At The Sky’ (Natural Music)

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Top Tickets This Week: The Offspring, Easy Life, Del Amitri, UB40, Bree Runway, Julien Baker and more

The Offspring

The California band will be joined by The Hives for arena shows during November, calling in Dublin, Cardiff, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester, Leeds and London, where they’ll take over the SSE Arena Wembley. The Let The Bad Times Roll Tour will support their album of the same name, which is due out on April 16 through Concord Records. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on April 9.

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Easy Life

Easy Life have announced the Life’s A Beach Tour for November, with UK and Ireland stops lined up in Bristol, Birmingham, Leicester, Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow, Newcastle, Sheffield, Portsmouth, Brighton, Belfast, Dublin and London, where they’ll play the O2 Academy Brixton. The trek will support the release of their debut album of the same name, due out on June 4. Tickets go on sale at 10am on April 9.

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Del Amitri

Del Amitri will support their new record, Fatal Mistakes’, with an autumn 2021 UK tour and two homecoming shows in Glasgow in December 2021. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 9.

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UB40

The reggae legends — James Brown, Duncan Campbell, Robin Campbell, Earl Falconer, Norman Hassan, Martin Meredith, Tony Mullings, Laurence Parry and Brian Travers — will take over Sandwell Valley Country Park in Birmingham on August 1. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on April 9. The hometown performance will precede the band’s Bigga Baggariddim Tour throughout November and December.

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Bree Runway

Bree Runway has announced a headline show at Colours in London for September 28. Tickets go on sale at 9am on April 9.

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Julien Baker

Julien Baker will support her new album, ‘Little Oblivions’ with shows in London, Leeds, Dublin, Glasgow, and Manchester during May 2022, as part of a larger European trek. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on April 9.

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Also announced this week:

  • RuPaul’s Drag Race UK have added even more extra dates to their 2022 UK tour due to huge demand.
  • Guns N’ Roses have rearranged their UK and European shows for a second time to summer 2022.
  • The Damned have moved their UK shows to February 2022 due to COVID-19.
  • Glass Animals have added extra dates to their Dreamland Tour.
  • Fatboy Slim has announced an extra night at Brighton Centre.
  • Zucchero has moved his UK shows for a second time due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Rag’n’Bone Man will headline Friday September 10 at the Cambridge Club Festival.

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This Week’s New Releases: Demi Lovato, The Fratellis And The Snuts

What a week! Demi Lovato has dropped her first album in nearly four years, The Snuts have put out their first, and The Fratellis have finally followed up 2018’s ‘In Your Own Sweet Time’.

Not your cup of tea? There’s more below.

Demi Lovato – ‘Dancing With the Devil…The Art of Starting Over’ (Island)

The Drums – ‘Mommy Don’t Spank Me’ (Island)

Dry Cleaning – ‘New Long Leg’ (4AD)

Du Blonde – ‘Homecoming’ (Daemon T.V)

The Fratellis – ‘Half Drunk Under A Full Moon’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Ġenn – ‘Liminal’ (Everything Sucks)

GHLOW – ‘Slash and Burn’ (PNKSLM)

Godspeed You! Black Emperor -‘G_d’s Pee AT STATE’S END!’ (Constellation)

Hey, King! – ‘Hey, King!’ (Anti-)

iLL BLU – ‘The Bluprint’ (Sony)

Kelly Price – ‘Grace’ EP (Capitol)

Luca Yupanqui – ‘Sounds Of The Unborn’ (Sacred Bones)

The Snuts – ‘W.L.’ (Parlophone)

 

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Top Tickets This Week: Beartooth, Digga D, Jungle, Girl in Red and more

Beartooth

Beartooth have confirmed three UK shows for 2022. The Ohio band will play the O2 Academy Birmingham, Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse and London’s O2 Academy Brixton on February 18, 19 and 20, respectively, as part of The Below Tour across Europe.

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Jungle

Alongside news of their new album ‘Loving In Stereo’, Jungle have confirmed an extensive run of worldwide tour dates, including two shows at London’s O2 Academy Brixton and a performance at Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse during September.

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Girl In Red

Girl In Red will support her debut album, ‘If I Could Make It Go Quiet’, with the Make It Go Quiet Tour of the UK and Europe in spring 2022.  She’s lined up stops in Glasgow, Dublin, Manchester and London, where she’ll perform at the Roundhouse on May 5.

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Digga D

Digga D has confirmed the Made In The Pyrex Tour for the autumn. The British rapper will support his mixtape of the same name with shows in Glasgow, Dublin, Birmingham, Manchester, Bristol, Cardiff, Nottingham and London during October and November.

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Also announced this week:

  • RuPaul’s Drag Race UK have added even more extra dates to their 2022 UK tour due to huge demand.
  • Stereophonics will play Scarborough Open Air Theatre this summer.
  • The inaugural YAM Carnival will take over Clapham Common, London in August.
  • Experimental rockers Black Midi will take over Alexandra Palace on November 11.
  • Super Furry’s frontman Gruff Rhys will support his new solo album with an autumn UK tour.
  • Alestorm will tour the UK and Ireland in late 2021 with Gloryhammer and Aether Realm.
  • Idles have announced a huge homecoming concert in Bristol for September.
  • Anne-Marie has confirmed two outdoor UK shows for the summer.
  • Mclusky will celebrate the 20th anniversary of ‘Do Dallas’ with a UK tour in April 2022.

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This Week’s New Releases: Evanescence, Carrie Underwood and Serpentwithfeet

It’s another mixed bag this week! Evanescence have finally followed up 2017’s ‘Synthesis’, Carrie Underwood has released her eighth album, and Serpentwithfeet has dropped his highly anticipated sophomore LP. Still want more? Head south.

24KGOLDN – ‘El Dorado’ (Records/Columbia)

’68 – ‘Give One Take One’ (Cooking Vinyl)

AJR – ‘OK Orchestra’ (Black Butter)

The Antlers – ‘Green To Gold’ (Transgressive)

Ben Howard – ‘Collections From The Whiteout’ (Island)

Black Spiders – ‘Black Spiders’ (Dark Riders)

Bull – ‘Discover Effortless Living’ (EMI/Young Thug)

Cabaret Voltaire – ‘Dekadrone’ (Mute)

Carrie Underwood – ‘My Savior’ (EMI)

Citizen – ‘Life In Your Glass World’ (Run For Cover)

Death From Above – ‘Is 4 Lovers’ (Spinefarm Records)

Esther Rose – ‘How Many Times’ (Father/Daughter Records)

Evanescence – ‘The Bitter Truth’ (Columbia)

Jane Getter Premonition – ‘Anomalia’ (Esoteric Antenna / Esoteric Recordings)

Joe Strummer – ‘Assembly’ (BMG)

John Smith – ‘The Fray’ (Commoner/Thirty Tigers)

Liquid Tension Experiment – ‘LTE3’ (InsideOut)

Neil Young – ‘Young Shakespeare (Live)’ (Reprise)

NF – ‘CLOUDS (The Mixtape)’ (NF Real)

Noga Erez – ‘Kids’ (City Slang)

Real Estate – ‘Half A Human’ (Domino)

Sara Watkins – ‘Under The Pepper Tree’ (New West)

Serpentwithfeet – ‘Deacon’ (Secretly Canadian)

Skeggs – ‘Rehearsal’ (Loma Vista)

Smith/Kotzen – ‘Smith/Kotzen’ (BMG)

Suzi Quatro – ‘The Devil In Me’ (Steamhammer/SPV)

STR4TA – ‘Aspects’ (Brownswood)

Tomohawk – ‘Tonic Immobility’ (Ipecac)

Tune-Yards – ‘Sketchy.’ (4AD)

Wheel – ‘Resident Human’ (OMN)

Writhing Squares – ‘Chart For The Solution’ (Trouble In Mind)

Xiu Xiu – ‘Oh No’ (Polyvinyl)

 

 

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Top Tickets This Week: Wolf Alice, Jake Bugg, Tom Odell, RuPaul’s Drag Race UK, Westlife, Laura Marling, Rag’N’Bone Man, Newton Faulkner, All Points East and more

Wolf Alice

Wolf Alice will tour the UK and Ireland in January 2022, with stops lined up in Glasgow, Newcastle, Norwich, Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, Southampton, Bexhill, Dublin, Birmingham, Plymouth, Bristol and London, where they’ll play the Eventim Apollo. The trek will support their upcoming album, ‘Blue Weekend’, out on June 11. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on March 26.

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Jake Bugg

The singer-songwriter will support his upcoming fifth studio album, ‘Saturday Night, Sunday Morning’, with 17 shows in spring, beginning in Newcastle on March 14 and wrapping up at London’s O2 Academy Brixton on April 5. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on March 26.

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Tom Odell

Tom Odell has confirmed The Monsters Tour for 2022, with 15 shows announced across the UK and Ireland between February 15 and March 8. The trek will support his upcoming album of the same name, due out on June 25. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on March 26.

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RuPaul’s Drag Race UK

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK will return to the stage in 2022, with The Official Tour Ru-Turns set to kick off at the Regent Theatre in Ipswich on February 1, wrapping up with three dates at the London Palladium between February 27 and March 1. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on March 26.

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Westlife

Due to demand, the Irish group will double up at London’s Wembley Stadium on August 22, the day following their rescheduled concert at the venue. Tickets go on sale at 10am on March 26.

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Laura Marling

The singer-songwriter will kick off a 12-date tour on October 4 in Birmingham and wrap up on October 20 at London’s Roundhouse. It marks her first headline UK run since touring ‘Semper Femina’ in March 2017. Tickets go on sale at 9am on March 26.

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Rag’N’Bone Man


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The powerhouse vocalist will support his upcoming album, ‘Life By Misadventure’, with shows in Brighton, Dublin, Belfast, Leeds, Bristol, Bournemouth, Glasgow, Plymouth, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle and London between October 17 and November 6. He has also confirmed a Live After Racing show at Doncaster Racecourse on July 17. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on March 26.

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Newton Faulkner

Newton Faulkner has confirmed The Interference (Of Light) Tour for the autumn, supporting his upcoming album of the same name with 15 shows across the UK and Ireland between October 11 and November 2. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on March 26. The dates will follow Faulkner’s rescheduled autumn shows beginning in September.

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All Points East

Foals, Bombay Bicycle Club and Róisín Murphy are among the acts announced for the Monday, August 30, line up of All Points East. After the cancellation of last year’s event due to COVID-19, it will return to Victoria Park in London for its third instalment on the August bank holiday weekend — later than its usual spot in May.

Jamie xx and Kano are confirmed as the double headliner for Saturday August 28 with Bicep topping the bill on the Sunday, August 29, for All Points East presents Field Day. Tickets are on sale now.

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Also announced this week:

  • Rammstein have postponed their UK and European tour for a second time to summer 2022.
  • The Cribs have moved their UK tour to spring 2022 due to COVID-19 restrictions, adding dates in the process.
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor has rearranged her Kitchen Disco Tour to 2022, adding extra dates.
  • Dave, Megan Thee Stallion and Skepta lead the line up for Parklife Festival 2021.
  • André​ Rieu has added three dates to his rescheduled UK and Ireland tour in 2022.
  • Russ has lined up shows in Manchester and London as part of his 2022 Shake The Globe Tour.
  • Richard Ashcroft has moved his shows at the London Palladium to October.
  • Fontaines D.C. have rearranged their tour plans again, adding a third Manchester date.
  • Black Midi have announced an autumn show at London’s Alexandra Palace.
  • Magic Mike Live arena tour will hit the UK and Ireland in 2022.
  • Dry Cleaning will tour the UK and Ireland in 2022.
  • Jacob Collier has announced the Djesse World Tour for 2022.
  • Madness, The Streets, and Royal Blood to headline Portsmouth’s Victorious Festival.
  • The Great Escape festival has announced the first 68 acts for its debut digital edition.

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This Week’s New Releases: Lana Del Rey, Black Honey And Saxon

The name on everyone’s lips this week is Lana Del Rey, as her highly anticipated ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’ album has finally arrived. Also out today is Black Honey’s sophomore LP and Saxon’s follow-up to 2018’s ‘Thunderbolt’.

Fancy something else? Head below for more new music.

A.A. Williams – ‘Songs From Isolation’ (Bella Union)

Andrew Farriss – ‘Andrew Farriss’ (BMG)

Arcade Fire and Owen Pallett – ‘Her – OST’ (Sony)

Austin Meade – ‘Black Sheep’ (Snakefarm)

Bandokay, Double LZ and OFB – ‘Drill Commandments’ (Rattrap Ent)

Bell Orchestre – ‘House Music’ (Erased Tapes)

Black Honey – ‘Written & Directed’ (Foxfive)

Chad VanGaalen – ‘World’s Most Stressed Out Gardener’ (Sub Pop)

Death Blooms – ‘Fuck Everything’ EP (Adventure Cat)

Friedberg – ‘Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah’ EP (Marathon)

Jon Batiste – ‘We Are’ (Verve)

Lana Del Rey – ‘Chemtrails Over The Country Club’ (Polydor)

Loretta Lynn – ‘Still Woman Enough’ (Sony)

Middle Kids – ‘Today We’re The Greatest’ (Lucky Number)

The Midnight – ‘Horror Show’ EP (Counter)

Mint Julep – ‘In A Deep and Dreamless Sleep’ (Western Vinyl Records)

Mono – ‘Beyond the Past: Live in London with the Platinum Anniversary Orchestra’ (Temporary Residence)

Morgan Wade – ‘Reckless’ (Ladylike Records/Thirty Tigers)

New Pagans – ‘The Seed, The Vessel, The Roots and All’ (Big Scary Monsters)

Papa Roach – ‘Greatest Hits, Vol.2: The Better Noise Years 2010-2020’ (Better Noise)

Ringo Starr – ‘Zoom In’ EP (Universal)

Sam Smith – ‘Love Goes: Live At Abbey Road Studios’ (Capitol)

Saxon – ‘Inspirations’ (Silver Lining)

Serj Tankian – ‘Elasticity’ EP (BMG)

Triptides – ‘Alter Echoes’ (Alive Records)

Ultravox – ‘Live At The Rainbow – February 1977 (Island)

William Doyle – ‘Great Spans Of Muddy Time’ (Tough Love)

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