This Week’s New Releases: Weezer, Rag’n’Bone Man And Chloe Moriondo

This week is almost, but not quite, as hectic as the last! Weezer’s ’80s rock-inspired album is finally here, Rag’n’Bone Man has followed up his 2017 debut and Chloe Moriondo has put out her major label debut.  Head below for more new music.

Alfie Templeman – ‘Forever Isn’t Long Enough’ (Chess Club)

Ashe – ‘Ashlyn’ (Mom+Pop)

The Bamboos – ‘Hard Up’ (BMG)

Bebe Rexha – ‘Better Mistakes’ (Warner)

Chloe Moriondo – ‘Blood Bunny’ (Fueled By Ramen)

The Damn Truth – ‘Now Or Nowhere’ (Spectra)

Diamante – ‘American Dream’ (Anti-Heroine)

Dodie – ‘Build A Problem’ (Doodleoddle)

GOGO Penguin – ‘GGP / RMX’ (Decca)

Iceage – ‘Seek Shelter’ (Mexican Summer)

Iron and Wine – ‘Archive Series Vol. 5: Tallahassee Recordings’ (Sub Pop)

Jack Ingram, Miranda Lambert and Jon Randall – ‘The Marfa Tapes’ (Sony/Marfa)

Mckinley Dixon – ‘For My Mama and Anyone Who Look Like Her’ (Spacebomb)

Natalie Bergman – ‘Mercy’ (Third Man Records)

New Order – ‘Education, Entertainment, Recreation – Live’ (Warner)

Rag’n’Bone Man – ‘Life By Misadventure’ (Sony)

Radio Company – ‘Vol. 2’ (Two Chair)

Sarah Jarosz – ‘Bue Heron Suite’ (Rounder Records/Concord)

Shaun Ross – ‘Shift’ (Propeller)

Sophia Kennedy – ‘Monsters’ (City Slang)

Squid – ‘Bright Green Field’ (Warp)

Sufjan Stevens – ‘Convocations’ (Asthmatic Kitty)

TOOSII – ‘Thank You For Believing’ (EMI)

Van Morrison – ‘Latest Record Project, Vol.1’ (BMG)

Weezer – ‘Van Weezer’ (Atlantic)

Will Stratton – ‘The Changing Wilderness’ (Bella Union)

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Top Tickets This Week: Royal Blood, Dropkick Murphys, Supergrass, Ashnikko, Rag’n’Bone Man, Lionel Richie and more

Royal Blood

The British rock duo will play arenas in Bournemouth, Birmingham, Cardiff, Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow and London, where they’ll perform at the O2, between March 25 and April 3, 2022. The pair hit the road in support of their new album, ‘Typhoons’, released in April. Support comes from The Amazons, with tickets on general sale at 9am on May 7.

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Dropkick Murphys

Dropkick Murphys have announced the Turn Up That Dial Tour for 2022, with stops lined up across the UK, Ireland and Europe between January 21 and February 26. Support on all dates will come from special guest ska punks The Interrupters, with tickets on general sale at 9am on May 7.

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Supergrass

As part of the Heritage Live concert series, the reunited Britpop band will headline Englefield House in Reading on July 23 following sets from Feeder and Sports Team. Pre-sale tickets are available now, prior to general sale at 9am on May 7.

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Ashnikko

The North Carolina singer-songwriter and rapper will call in London, Manchester, Dublin and Glasgow during December, with tickets on general sale at 10am on May 7. The 25-year-old will hit the road in support of her debut mixtape, ‘Demidevil’, that was released in January.

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Rag’n’Bone Man

The British vocalist will now also call at the Corn Exchange in Edinburgh on October 26, Norwich’s UEA on November 1 and Mountfort Hall in Liverpool on November 4, as part of his autumn Life By Misadventure Tour. Tickets go on general sale at 9am on May 7, the same day his new album ‘Life By Misadventure’ is released.

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Lionel Richie

The music icon will perform within the grounds of Longleat Safari Park on June 15, with the gig replacing his Bristol city centre concert. He’ll also play Blickling Hall at Norfolk Blickling Estate near Aylsham in Norwich on July 6. The new shows are part of his rescheduled 2022 Hello! Tour. Pre-sale tickets are on sale now, ahead of general sale at 10am on May 7.

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Also announced this week:

  • Jack Savoretti has confirmed a UK tour for spring 2022.
  • Idles have rescheduled their Eden Sessions performance to September.
  • Haim have moved the UK leg of The One More Haim Tour to September.
  • Jimmy Carr has extended his Terribly Funny Tour into winter 2022.
  • Celebrity chef James Martin will take his Live Tour across the UK in spring 2022.
  • Pendulum and Eric Prydz will take over Cardiff Bay’s Alexandra Head later in 2021.
  • Brian Wilson has rescheduled the UK leg of his Good Vibrations Greatest Hits Tour for a second time to summer 2022.
  • Duran Duran have moved their huge show at Dublin’s St. Anne’s Park to June 2022.
  • Faith No More have rescheduled their UK tour for a second time to 2022.
  • McFly have joined the line up for The Eden Sessions.
  • Foals, Gorillaz and Jorja Smith lead line up for Boardmasters 2021.
  • Playboi Carti and Architects will headline new hip hop and rock UK festival ALT LDN.

Head here for a full list and to find your tickets. Check our rolling guide to cancelled and postponed events here.

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Pre-Sale Tickets: Supergrass, Ward Thomas, Lionel Richie, Groove Armada, Basement Jaxx, Pendulum, Eric Prydz, Jimmy Carr, and James Martin

Supergrass

As part of the Heritage Live concert series, the reunited Britpop band will headline Englefield House in Reading on July 23 following sets from Feeder and Sports Team. Pre-sale tickets are available now, prior to general sale at 9am on May 7.

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Ward Thomas

Ward Thomas have lined up shows in Rhyl and Swansea as part of their rescheduled intimate acoustic tour of the UK in November. Pre-sale tickets are available now, prior to general sale at 9am on May 7.

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Lionel Richie

The music icon will perform within the grounds of Longleat Safari Park on June 15, with the gig replacing his Bristol city centre concert. He’ll also play Blickling Hall at Norfolk Blickling Estate near Aylsham in Norwich on July 6. The new shows are part of his rescheduled 2022 Hello! Tour. Pre-sale tickets are on sale now, ahead of general sale at 10am on May 7.

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Groove Armada and Basement Jaxx

Groove Armada and Basement Jaxx will headline The Last Dance festival, a new one-day dance music festival held at Dreamland Margate — just an hour away from London. Pre-sale tickets are on sale now, prior to general sale at 11am on May 7.

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Pendulum and Eric Prydz

Pendulum and Eric Prydz will take over Cardiff Bay’s Alexandra Head for huge shows on September 17 and 18 respectively. Other acts set to perform across the two days include Andy C, Dimension, Holy Goof, Hybrid Minds, Sub Focus, Camelphat, Cristoph, Franky Wah, Yousef, and Syreeta, among others. Pre-sale is open now, prior to general sale at 10am on May 7.

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Jimmy Carr

Comedian Jimmy Carr has extended his Terribly Funny Tour into winter 2022, with stops at London’s O2 Academy Brixton and Birmingham’s Symphony Hall among the newly announced shows. Grab tickets for his new dates now, prior to general sale at 10am on May 7.

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James Martin

Celebrity chef James Martin will take his Live Tour across the UK in spring 2022. Pre-sale tickets are available now, prior to general sale at 10am on May 7.

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This Week’s New Releases: Royal Blood, DJ Khaled And Marianne Faithfull With Warren Ellis

What a week! Royal Blood are back with album number three, DJ Khaled has released his star-studded LP featuring Drake, Justin Bieber, Justin Timberlake, Cardi B, H.E.R. and more, and Marianne Faithfull has teamed up with Warren Ellis for a record of poetry and music.

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

Amy Shark – ‘Cry Forever’ (Wonderlick/Sony)

Ashley Monroe – ‘Rosegold’ (MountainRose/Thirty Tigers)

Baby Strange – ‘Land Of Nothing’ EP (Icons Creating Evil Art)

Beachy Head – ‘Beachy Head’ (Graveface)

Birdy – ‘Young Heart’ (Atlantic)

Bonnie Prince Billy / Matt Sweeney – ‘Superwolves’ (Drag City)

The Coral – ‘Coral Island’ (Run On/Modern Sky UK)

Dawn Richard – ‘Second Line’ (Merge)

DJ Khaled – ‘Khaled Khaled’ (We The Best/Epic)

Gojira – ‘Fortitude’ (Roadrunner)

Guided By Voices – ‘Earth Man Blues’ (Guided By Voices, Inc)

Grave Flowers Bongo Band – ‘Strength Of Spring’ (Castle Face)

Juan Wauters – ‘Real Life Situations’ (Captured Tracks)

Julia Michaels – ‘Not In Chronological Order’ (Republic)

Julia Stone – ‘Sixty Summers’ (BMG)

Lack Of Afro – ‘Manhunt’ EP (The Bastion Music Group)

The Legal Matters – ‘Chapter Three’ (Futureman Records)

Manchester Orchestra – ‘The Million Masks Of God’ (Loma Vista)

Marianne Faithfull with Warren Ellis – ‘She Walks In Beauty’ (BMG)

Maxwell Farrington / Le SuperHomard – ‘Once’ (Talitres)

Metronomy – ‘The English Riviera (10th Anniversary)’ (Because)

Night Flight – ‘Songs From Echo Zoo’ EP (Night Flight)

Pet Shop Boys – ‘Discovery (Live in Rio 1994, 2021 Remaster)’ (Parlophone)

Pink Floyd – ‘Live At Knebworth 1990’ (Parlophone)

Rochelle Jordan – ‘Play With The Changes’ (UNDRGRND/Young Art)

Róisín Murphy – ‘Crooked Machine’ (Skint Records)

Royal Blood – ‘Typhoons’ (Warner)

Shadowlark – ‘Avalanche’ (Warner)

Teenage Fanclub – ‘Endless Arcade’ (PeMa)

Tetrarch – ‘Unstable’ (Napalm Records)

Villem – ‘One Track Mind’ EP (Spearhead)

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Top Tickets This Week: KSI, The Charlatans, Ben Howard, Will Young, Alabama 3, Wireless Festival and more

KSI

The British YouTuber turned music artist will take over London’s SSE Arena Wembley for his biggest ever headline show on February 25, 2022, with tickets on general sale at 9am on May 1. The performance will follow his rearranged UK and Ireland tour this October, supporting his debut LP, ‘Dissimulation’, released in 2020. His second full-length, ‘All Over The Place’, is due out on July 16.

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The Charlatans

The Charlatans have announced a UK and Ireland tour as part of their delayed 30th anniversary celebrations. The indie legends will play 18 shows during the autumn, kicking off in Belfast on November 22 before calling in Dublin, Wrexham, Bristol, Birmingham, Bexhill, Bournemouth, Oxford, Cambridge, Manchester, Lincoln, Liverpool, Newcastle, London, Nottingham, Leeds and Glasgow, wrapping up in Aberdeen on December 20. Tickets go on general sale at 10am on April 30.

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Ben Howard

The singer-songwriter, who released ‘Collections From The Whiteout’ in March, will play Manchester’s O2 Victoria Warehouse on September 22 and London’s O2 Academy Brixton on September 24. He has also lined up a show at the Eden Project on September 11 as part of the rescheduled Eden Sessions concert series.

Tickets for the Manchester and London concerts go on general sale at 10am on April 30, while his date in St. Austell goes on sale at 12pm on May 6.

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Will Young

Will Young will support his upcoming LP, ‘Crying On The Bathroom Floor’, with six acoustic shows in September, including stops in Cardiff, Glasgow, Leeds, Birmingham, and London, where he’ll play two dates at EartH (Evolutionary Arts Hackney). Tickets are on sale now.

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Alabama 3

The band have lined up 21 shows between March 17 and April 30, 2022, in support of their upcoming album, ‘Step 13’, due out in August, though an exact date is still to be confirmed. Tickets for the Step 13: The Divine Intervention Tour go on general sale at 10am on April 30.

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Wireless Festival

Following the cancellation of the 2020 edition due to the coronavirus pandemic, Wireless Festival 2021 will kick back into action later than usual in September at its new home within the grounds of Crystal Palace Park, London.

Headliners include Future, Skepta, and Migos, with Meek Mill, D Block Europe, AJ Tracey, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Baby, Young Thug, Rick Ross, Headie One, Uzi Vert and Swae Lee set to perform across the weekend. Tickets are on sale now.

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Also announced this week:

  • Royal Blood have announced a spring 2022 UK arena tour.
  • Diversity have added new shows to their rescheduled UK and Ireland Connected Tour in 2022.
  • Supergrass will play the grounds of Englefield House in Reading in July as part of the Heritage Live concert series.
  • Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson will embark on a spoken word tour in August.
  • Wolf Alice, Slowthai, and Machine Gun Kelly have joined the line up for Reading and Leeds.
  • Shed Seven add extra dates to their winter UK tour.
  • Black Midi have confirmed UK and European gigs for August.
  • The UK and European leg of the Hella Mega Tour, starring Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer, has been rescheduled to 2022.
  • The Streets, Royal Blood and Richard Ashcroft announced for Tramlines festival 2021.
  • Anne-Marie, Marc Almond, and Tom Jones lead line up for a new festival called WonderHall.
  • Korn, Deftones, and Megadeth are among a bunch of new names confirmed for Download festival 2022.

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This Week’s New Releases: Tom Jones, Dinosaur Jr. And Motörhead

You know we love a mixed bag, and this week is no exception! Tom Jones has released his first new album in more than five years, Dinosaur Jr. have dropped the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not’ and we’ve got a live LP from Motörhead that was recorded back in 2012.

Still want more? Head below for the rest of this week’s new releases.

Alfa Mist – ‘Bring Backs’ (Anti-)

Babymetal – ’10 Babymetal Years’ (earMUSIC)

The Berries – ‘Throne of Ivory (Singles & B-Sides)’ (Run for Cover Records)

Chicane – ‘Everything We Had To Leave Behind’ (Modena)

Dinosaur Jr. – ‘Sweep It Into Space’ (Jagjaguwar)

Eric Church – ‘Soul’ (EMI/Snakefarm Records)

Ewan McVicar – ‘Amnocairn’ (Shall Not Fade LTD)

Field Music – ‘Flat White Moon’ (Memphis Industries)

Kaleo – ‘Surface Sounds’ (Atlantic)

Lilith Czar – ‘Created From Filth and Dust’ (Sumerian)

The Loft – ‘Ghost Trains & Country Lanes: Studio, Stage & Sessions: 1984-2015’ (Cherry Red)

Motörhead – ‘Louder Than Noise…Live in Berlin’ (Silver Lining)

The Pale White – ‘Infinite Pleasure’ (Illegal Cinema/AWAL)

Peter Frampton – ‘Frampton Forgets the Words’ (UMG)

PJ Harding and Noah Cyrus – ‘People Don’t Change’ EP (RCA)

Remember Sports – ‘Like A Stone’ (Father/Daughter Records)

Sindy – ‘Horror Head’ (PNKSLM)

Steve Cropper – ‘Fire It Up’ (Provogue/Mascot)

Sonic Boom – ‘Almost Nothing Is Nearly Enough’ (Carpark Records)

Tangled Shoelaces – ‘Turn My Dial: M Squared Recordings & More, 1981-1984’ (Chapter)

Tom Jones – ‘Surrounded By Time’ (EMI)

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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.

Head here for a full list and to find your tickets. Check our rolling guide to cancelled and postponed events here.

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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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