This Week’s New Releases: Placebo, Daddy Yankee and Camp Cope

This week is chock-full of new music. Placebo have released their first album in nine years, Daddy Yankee has dropped his final LP ahead of his retirement, and Camp Cope have followed up 2018’s ‘How To Socialise And Make Friends’.

Fill your boots below with more new releases.

Anderson East – ‘M.W.N.D. / F.A.M.E.’ (Elektra/Low Country Sound)

Animals As Leaders – ‘Parrhesia’ (Sumerian Records)

Architects – ‘Fore Those That Wish To Exist At Abbey Road’ (Epitaph)

Bon Iver – ‘Bon Iver – 10th Anniversary Edition’ (Jagjaguwar)

Camp Cope – ‘Running With The Hurricane’ (Run For Cover Records)

Cannons – ‘Fever Dreams’ (Columbia)

Casey Donahew – ‘Built Different’ (Almost Country Records)

Charli XCX – ‘CRASH (Deluxe)’ (Asylum/Warner_

Chesney Hawkes – ‘The Complete Picture – The Albums: 1991 – 2012’ (Chrysalis)

Daddy Yankee – ‘Legendaddy’ (El Cartel/Republic Records)

Denzel Curry – ‘Melt My Eyez See Your Future’ (Loma Vista/Concord)

Destroyer – ‘Labyrinthitis’ (Merge Records)

Erin Kinsey – ’40 East’ (Records)

Gabriel Kahane – ‘Magnificent Bird’ (Magdeburg Music/Nonesuch Records)

I.AM.AFIYA – ’20 Something Blues’ EP (i.am.afiya)

Ibibio Sound Machine – ‘Electricity’ (Merge)

Joan Jett and the Blackhearts – ‘Changeup’ (Blackheart Records/Sony)

Kevin Devine – ‘Nothing’s Real, So Nothing’s Wrong’ (Triple Crown Records)

The Killers – ‘Pressure Machine (Deluxe)’ (Island)

Koffee – ‘Gifted’ (Promised Land Recordings)

Kristian Bush – ’52 ATL x BNA’ (Big Machine)

Larry McCray – ‘Blues Without You’ (Keeping The Blues Alive Records)

Louis Dunford – ‘The Popham’ EP (Sony)

Machine Gun Kelly – ‘Mainstream Sellout’ (Bad Boy/Interscope)

Maren Morris – ‘Humble Quest’ (Sony)

Matt Goss – ‘The Beautiful Unknown’ (Lewisham Records)

Michael BublĂ© – ‘Higher’ (Reprise Records)

Placebo – ‘Never Let Me Go’ (Rise Records/Elevator Lady)

Priestgate – ‘Eyes Closed For The Winter’ EP (Lucky Number Music)

Suzanne Vega – ‘Close Up Series 4 x LP Bookpack’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Young Prism – ‘Drifter’ (Fire Talk)

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