This Week’s New Releases: Bully, Jessie Ware And John Carpenter

The momentum of new releases continues to be relentless. Bully have released their sophomore LP, which was engineered and mixed by vocalist and guitarist Alicia Bognanno, Jessie Ware has finally followed up 2014’s ‘Tough Love’ and John Carpenter has put out a collection of newly recorded versions of his classic movie themes. Tegan and Sara, meanwhile, are celebrating the 10th anniversary of ‘The Con’ by releasing a record featuring 14 artists covering songs from it.

Still not happy? Cast your eye over some other new releases below.

And So I Watch You from Afar – ‘The Endless Shimmering’ (Sargent House)

The Bloody Beetroots – ‘The Great Electronic Swindle’ (SPV/Caroline)

Bully – ‘Losing’ (Sub Pop)

Charlotte Carpenter – ‘Shelter’ (EP) (Let It Go Records)

Cheap Trick – ‘Christmas Christmas’ (Big Machine Records)

Destroyer – ‘Ken’ (Merge Records/Dead Oceans)

Europe – ‘Walk The Earth’ (Hell & Back Recordings)

George Michael – ‘Listen Without Prejudice/ MTV Unplugged’ (Sony)

Gwar – ‘The Blood Of Gods’ (Metal Blade Records)

Jessie Ware – ‘Glasshouse’ (Island)

John Carpenter – ‘Anthology: Movie Themes 1974-1998’ (Sacred Bones)

Krept & Konan – ‘7 Days’/’7 Nights’ (mixtapes) (Virgin EMI)

Lindstrøm – ‘It’s Alright Between Us As It Is’ (Smalltown Supersound/Feedelity Recordings)

Lucinda Williams – ‘This Sweet Old World’ (Highway 20/Thirty Tigers)

MALKA – ‘Ratatatat’ (Tantrum Records)

Margo Price – ‘All American Made’ (Third Man Records)

Nai Palm – ‘Needle Paw’ (Sony)

Niall Horan – ‘Flicker’ (Virgin EMI)

Rock Candy Funk Party – ‘The Groove Cubed’ (J&R Adventures)

Slipknot – ‘Day Of The Gusano – Live In Mexico’ (Eagle Rock)

The Smiths – ‘The Queen Is Dead’ (Deluxe) (Rhino)

Supersonic Blues Machine – ‘Californisoul’ (Provogue/Mascot)

Tegan and Sara – ‘The Con X: Covers’ (Warner Bros.)

Trivium – ‘The Sin and the Sentence’ (Roadrunner Records)

VUUR – ‘In This Moment We Are Free – Cities’ (Insideoutmusic)

Wild Beasts – ‘Punk Drunk and Trembling’ (Domino)

Yeah Yeah Yeahs – ‘Fever To Tell’ (Deluxe Remastered) (UMC)

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