This Week’s New Releases: Shania Twain, The Waeve And Young Fathers

Giddy Up! The long-awaited new album from Shania Twain has finally arrived, following up 2017’s ‘Now’. We’ve also got the debut album from The Waeve, the new project from Blur’s Graham Coxon and former Pipette Rose Elinor Dougall, and the fourth LP from Scottish band Young Fathers.

Still fancy some more new music? Fill your boots below.

Bardo Pond – ‘No Hashish, No Change Money, No Saki Saki’ (Three Lobed Recordings)

Doomsday Outlaw – ‘Damaged Goods’ (Doomsday Outlaw)

Fantastic Negrito – ‘Grandfather Courage’ (Storefront)

The Go! Team – ‘Get Up Sequences Part Two’ (Memphis Industries)

Hamish Hawk – ‘Angel Numbers’ (Post Electric)

Jarrod Dickenson – ‘Big Talk’ (Hooked)

JEHST – ‘Mork Calling Orson’ (YNR Productions)

John Frusciante – ‘: || .’ (Avenue 66)

The Men – ‘New York City’ (Fuzz Club)

Nile Marr – ‘Lonely Hearts Killers’ (Oldham Street)

RAYE – ‘My 21st Century Blues’ (Human Re Sources)

Robert Forster – ‘The Candle and The Flame’ (Tapete)

Rosie H Sullivan – ‘123° East’ EP (Nettwerk)

Shania Twain – ‘Queen Of Me’ (Republic/UMG)

Somebody’s Child – ‘Somebody’s Child’ (Frenchkiss)

SYML – ‘The Day My Father Died’ (SYML/Nettwerk)

The Waeve – ‘The Waeve’ (Transgressive)

Young Fathers – ‘Heavy Heavy’ (Ninja Tune)

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