This Week’s New Releases: Suede, Rina Sawayama And The Mars Volta

This is the busiest week for new records we’ve had in a while. Suede have finally followed up 2018’s ‘The Blue Hour’, Rina Sawayama has dropped her sophomore LP, and The Mars Volta have returned with their first new album in a decade. Ringo Starr has also put out a four-track EP.

In the mood for something else? Head below.

Behemoth – ‘Opvs Contra Natvram’ (Nuclear Blast)

Bent Arcana – ‘Live Zebulon’ (Castle Face)

The Beths – ‘Expert In A Dying Field’ (Carpark)

Clutch – ‘Sunrise On Slaughter Beach’ (Weathermaker)

Creedence Clearwater Revival – ‘At The Royal Albert Hall (April 14, 1970)’ (Concord)

Death Cab For Cutie – ‘Asphalt Meadows’ (Atlantic)

The Devil Wears Prada – ‘Color Decay’ (Solid State)

Djo – ‘Decide’ (Djo/AWAL)

ELIZA – ‘A Sky Without Stars’ (LOG OFF/ Different Recordings)

Fletcher – ‘Girl Of My Dreams’ (Capitol/EMI)

Hauser – ‘The Player’ (Hauser/Masterworks/Sony Music)

Jesca Hoop – ‘Order Of Romance’ (Memphis Industries)

Jessie Reyez – ‘Yessie’ (Polydor)

Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros – ‘Joe Strummer 002: The Mescaleros Years’ (Casbah/Dark Horse/BMG)

Kings Elliot – ‘Bored Of The Circus’ EP (Verve)

Lang Lang – ‘The Disney Book’ (Deutsche Grammophon)

LeAnn Rimes – ‘God’s Work’ (EverLe Records/Thirty Tigers)

Lissie – ‘Carving Canyons’ (Lionboy)

Little Big Town – ‘Mr. Sun’ (Capitol Records Nashville/UMG)

Little Dragon – ‘Opening The Door’ EP (Ninja Tune)

Maggie Lindemann – ‘SUCKERPUNCH’ (Swixxzaudio)

Marcus Mumford – ‘(self-titled)’ (Capitol/UMG)

Marina Allen – ‘Centrifics’ (Fire Records)

The Mars Volta – ‘The Mars Volta’ (Clouds Hill)

Marxist Love Disco Ensemble – ‘MLDE’ (Mr. Bongo)

Michelle Branch – ‘The Trouble With Fever’ (Audio Eagle/Nonesuch)

Mura Masa – ‘Demon Time’ (Polydor)

NCT 127 – ‘2 Baddies’ (SM Entertainment)

No Age – ‘People Helping People’ (Drag City)

No Devotion – ‘No Oblivion’ (Equal Vision)

Noah Cyrus – ‘The Hardest Part’ (Records/Columbia)

Ondara – ‘Spanish Villager No. 3’ (Verve Forecast)

Rina Sawayama – ‘Hold The Girl’ (Dirty Hit)

Ringo Starr – ‘EP3’ (UMG)

Smith/Kotzen – ‘Better Days…And Nights (Live)’ (BMG)

Status Quo – ‘Quo’ing In – The Best Of The Noughties’ (earMUSIC)

Steve Aoki – ‘HiROQUEST: Genesis’ (DJ Kid Millionaire Ltd)

Suede – ‘Autofiction’ (BMG)

Turin Brakes – ‘Wide-Eyed Nowhere’ (Cooking Vinyl)

What So Not – ‘Anomaly’ (Counter)

Whitney – ‘Spark’ (Secretly Canadian)

Wunderhorse – ‘Cub’ (Communion)

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This Week’s New Releases: Evanescence, Carrie Underwood and Serpentwithfeet

It’s another mixed bag this week! Evanescence have finally followed up 2017’s ‘Synthesis’, Carrie Underwood has released her eighth album, and Serpentwithfeet has dropped his highly anticipated sophomore LP. Still want more? Head south.

24KGOLDN – ‘El Dorado’ (Records/Columbia)

’68 – ‘Give One Take One’ (Cooking Vinyl)

AJR – ‘OK Orchestra’ (Black Butter)

The Antlers – ‘Green To Gold’ (Transgressive)

Ben Howard – ‘Collections From The Whiteout’ (Island)

Black Spiders – ‘Black Spiders’ (Dark Riders)

Bull – ‘Discover Effortless Living’ (EMI/Young Thug)

Cabaret Voltaire – ‘Dekadrone’ (Mute)

Carrie Underwood – ‘My Savior’ (EMI)

Citizen – ‘Life In Your Glass World’ (Run For Cover)

Death From Above – ‘Is 4 Lovers’ (Spinefarm Records)

Esther Rose – ‘How Many Times’ (Father/Daughter Records)

Evanescence – ‘The Bitter Truth’ (Columbia)

Jane Getter Premonition – ‘Anomalia’ (Esoteric Antenna / Esoteric Recordings)

Joe Strummer – ‘Assembly’ (BMG)

John Smith – ‘The Fray’ (Commoner/Thirty Tigers)

Liquid Tension Experiment – ‘LTE3’ (InsideOut)

Neil Young – ‘Young Shakespeare (Live)’ (Reprise)

NF – ‘CLOUDS (The Mixtape)’ (NF Real)

Noga Erez – ‘Kids’ (City Slang)

Real Estate – ‘Half A Human’ (Domino)

Sara Watkins – ‘Under The Pepper Tree’ (New West)

Serpentwithfeet – ‘Deacon’ (Secretly Canadian)

Skeggs – ‘Rehearsal’ (Loma Vista)

Smith/Kotzen – ‘Smith/Kotzen’ (BMG)

Suzi Quatro – ‘The Devil In Me’ (Steamhammer/SPV)

STR4TA – ‘Aspects’ (Brownswood)

Tomohawk – ‘Tonic Immobility’ (Ipecac)

Tune-Yards – ‘Sketchy.’ (4AD)

Wheel – ‘Resident Human’ (OMN)

Writhing Squares – ‘Chart For The Solution’ (Trouble In Mind)

Xiu Xiu – ‘Oh No’ (Polyvinyl)

 

 

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