This Week’s New Releases: Halsey, Bombay Bicycle Club And Mac Miller

We love a mixed bag, and this week is no exception. Halsey has put out the long-awaited follow-up to 2017’s ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom’ and Bombay Bicycle Club have returned with their first new album in six years. We’re also lucky enough to have a posthumous Mac Miller record. ‘Circles’ is considered a sister album to his 2018 LP ‘Swimming’.

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

Algiers – ‘There Is No Year’ (Matador Records)

…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead – ‘X: The Godless Void and Other Stories’ (InsideOut)

Anti-Flag – ’20/20 Vision’ (Spinefarm/Universal)

Bill Fay – ‘Countless Branches’ (Dead Oceans)

Blood and Brutality – ‘Fatal’ (Blood and Brutality Records)

Bombay Bicycle Club – ‘Everything Else Has Gone Wrong’ (Mmm… Records)

British Lion – ‘The Burning’ (Warner Music)

Gabrielle Aplin – ‘Dear Happy’ (Never Fade/AWAL)

Halsey – ‘Manic’ (Virgin EMI/Capitol)

Holy Fuck – ‘Deleter’ (Holy EF Music)

InMe – ‘Jumpstart Hope’ (Killing Moon Records)

Little Big Town – ‘Nightfall’ (Decca Records)

Louise Redknapp – ‘Heavy Love’ (Lil Lou Records Ltd/Warner Music)

Mac Miller – ‘Circles’ (Parlophone/Warner Records)

Marcus King – ‘El Dorado’ (Spinefarm Records)

Mura Masa – ‘R.Y.C.’ (Polydor)

Of Montreal – ‘Ur Fun’ (Polyvinyl)

Pale Saints – ‘Comforts Of Madness (30th Anniversary Remaster)’ (4AD)

Pinegrove – ‘Marigold’ (Rough Trade)

Slingbaum – ‘Slingbaum One’

Whyte Horses – ‘Hard Times’ (CRC Records)

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