This Week’s New Releases: Lizzo, Beabadoobee And Interpol

“Turn up the music, turn down the lights,” because Lizzo’s new album has arrived! Beabadoobee, meanwhile, has released her sophomore LP and Interpol have followed up 2018’s ’Marauder’. Head below for more new music.

…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead – ‘XI: Bleed Here Now’ (InsideOut/Century Media)

Beabadoobee – ‘Beatopia’ (Dirty Hit)

Black Midi – ‘Hellfire’ (Rough Trade)

Chicago – ‘Born for This Moment’ (Chicago Records/BMG)

Christina Perri – ‘A Lighter Shade Of Blue’ (Elektra)

Deaf Havana – ‘The Present Is A Foreign Land’ (So / Silva Screen)

Interpol – ‘The Other Side of Make-Believe’ (Matador)

JayWood – ‘Slingshot’ (Captured Tracks)

Jeff Beck and Johnny Depp – ’18’ (Deuce/Warner)

Launder – ‘Happening’ (Ghostly International)

Lizzo – ‘Special’ (Atlantic)

Mabel – ‘About Last Night…’ (Polydor)

Ne-Yo – ‘Self Explanatory’ (Motown/UMG)

Nightlands – ‘Moonshine’ (Western Vinyl)

Orbital – ’30 Something’ (Orbital Recordings Ltd)

Sheafs – ‘A Happy Medium’ (Modern Sky)

Simon Goff and Katie Melua – ‘Aerial Objects’ (BMG)

Stephen Mallinder – ‘tick tick tick’ (Dais Records)

Superorganism – ‘World Wide Pop’ (Domino)

Travie McCoy – ‘Never Slept Better’ (Hopeless)

Vladislav Delay – ‘Isoviha’ (Planet Mu Records)

Working Men’s Club – ‘Fear Fear’ (Heavenly)

Yours Truly – ‘Is This What I Look Like?’ (UNFD)

 

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This Week’s New Releases: Westlife, Katie Melua And Black Label Society

Less than a month until Christmas, and the new releases are still rolling in. Westlife have followed up 2019’s ‘Spectrums’, Katie Melua has released an LP of stripped back reworkings of tracks from her 2020 record, and Black Label Society have put out their 11th studio album.

Still want more? Head below.

A!MS – ‘Offshore’ (3Fifty7)

Allie X – ‘Cape God’ (Twin)

Bernie Marsden – ‘Chess’ (Conquest)

Black Label Society – ‘Doom Crew Inc.’ (Panworkz)

DAF and Robert Görl – ‘Nur Noch Einer’ (Groenland)

David Bowie – ‘Brilliant Adventure (1992-2001)’ (Parlophone)

Deep Purple – ‘Turning To Crime’ (earMUSIC)

Fool’s Garden – ‘ Captain…Coast Is Cear’ (Jazzhaus)

Gary Barlow – ‘The Dream Of Christmas’ (Polydor)

Grace Davies – ‘i wonder if you wonder’ EP (Grace Davies)

Henry and the Waiter – ‘Sweet Melancholy’ (HATW)

Howard Jones – ‘At The BBC (Live)’ (BBC/Howard Jones)

Ist Ist – ‘The Art Of Lying’ (Scruff Of The Neck Records)

Julie Doiron – ‘I Thought Of You’ (You’ve Changed Records)

Katie Melua – ‘Acoustic Album No.8’ (BMG)

Kid Bookie – ‘Cheaper Than Therapy’ (Kid Bookie)

Matt Berry – ‘Gather Up (Ten years on Acid Jazz)’ (Acid Jazz)

Nell Smith and The Flaming Lips – ‘Where the Viaduct Looms’ (Bella Union)

Orchards – ‘Trust Issues’ EP (Big Scary Monsters)

Richard Dawson and Circle – ‘Henki’ (Domino)

Rufus Wainwright – ‘Rufus Wainwright and Amsterdam Sinfonietta Live’ (BMG)

Ryan Hamilton – ‘1221’ (Wicked Cool)

Smith/Kotzen – ‘Better Days’ EP (BMG)

Spectacular Diagnostics – ‘Ancient Methods’ (Rucksack)

The Tea Party – ‘Sunshower’ EP (Coalition Music)

The Temperance Movement – ‘Covers & Rarities’ (Earache)

Westlife – ‘Wild Dreams’ (Warner)

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This Week’s New Releases: Tom Petty, Beabadoobee And Matt Berninger

There are some highly anticipated records being released into the world this week. Tom Petty’s posthumous album that was recorded during the original sessions for 1994’s ‘Wildflowers’ has finally arrived, as has the debut solo LP of the National’s frontman Matt Berninger, and Beabadoobee’s first full-length effort.

Head below for even more new music, including a surprise bluegrass double album from Sturgill Simpson and Katie Melua’s new record.

Beabadoobee – ‘Fake It Flowers’ (Dirty Hit)

Cordovas – ‘Destiny Hotel’ (ATO)

The Dead C – ‘Unknowns’ (Ba Da Bing! Records)

Eagles – ‘Live From The Forum MMXVIII’ (Rhino)

Goldmund – ‘The Time It Takes’ (Western Vinyl Records)

Guy Sebastian – ‘T.R.U.T.H.’ (Guy Tunes)

Katie Melua – ‘Album No.8’ (BMG)

Kevin Morby – ‘Sundowner’ (Dead Oceans)

Lucy Spraggan – ‘Choices’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Matt Berninger – ‘Serpentine Prison’ (Book’s Records)

Open Mike Eagle – ‘Anime, Trauma And Divorce’ (AutoReverse Records)

The Struts – ‘Strange Days’ (Interscope/Polydor Records)

Sturgill Simpson – ‘Cuttin’ Grass Vol 1 – The Butcher Shoppe Sessions’ (High Top Mountain Records via Thirty Tigers/The Orchard)

Tommy Lee – ‘ANDRO’ (Better Noise Music)

Tom Petty – ‘Wildflowers and All The Rest’ (Warner)

Various artists – ‘Blue Note Re:Imagined’ (Decca Records/Universal)

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Top Tours This Week!!

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Stereophonics

Stereophonics will team up with Catfish And The Bottlemen for a huge show at Glyndŵr University Racecourse Stadium on July 2.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on March 4, priced at £40.00 plus fees. Click here for pre-sale tickets.


Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will headline this year’s Lytham Festival at Lytham Green on August 4, with festival sets already announced at Kendal Calling, Y Not, Victorious Festival and Festival No.6.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on March 4, priced at £45.00 plus fees.


Ennio Morricone

The Italian composer and conductor will perform at Blenheim Palace as part of Nocturne Live on June 23, marking his first UK performance outside of London.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on March 3, priced at £45.00 plus fees. Click here for pre-sale tickets.


Belly

Having announced their reunion earlier this month, the Rhode Island four piece will return to the UK between July 15 and 23 for shows in Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Nottingham, Bristol, London and Dublin.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on March 4, priced between £17.00 and £26.00, plus fees.


The Joy Formidable

The Welsh trio will follow up the release of their third album, ‘Hitch’, out on March 25, with stops in Newcastle, Edinburgh, Sheffield, Colchester, Manchester, Leeds, Nottingham,  Norwich, London, Oxford and Wycombe between May 7 and 23.
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Tickets go on sale at 10.00am on March 4, priced at £15.00 (£18.00 in London), plus fees.


Gladys Knight

The soul icon will return to the UK for performances at London’s Royal Albert Hall, the Royal Centre in Nottingham, Leeds’ First Direct Arena and the Festival Theatre in Edinburgh between July 2 and 6.
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Tickets go on sale at 9am on March 4, with prices starting from £42.50 plus fees.


Katie Melua

Katie Melua will be accompanied by the 23-piece Gori Women’s Choir for performances in Guildford, Bristol, Southampton, London, Leicester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow between November 23 and December 3.
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Tickets are on sale at 10am on March 4, priced between £19.50 and £35.00, plus fees.


Marvel Universe Live!

The Marvel Universe will head to UK arenas later this year, with the likes of Spider Man, Iron Man, Hulk, Thor, Black Widow and more battling villains in live action-packed performances across multiple dates at Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena, the O2 Arena in London, Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena, Glasgow’s SSE Hydro, Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena and Manchester Arena, between September 8 2016 and January 29 2017.
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Tickets are on general sale from 9am on March 4, priced from £20.00 plus fees.


Also announced this week, so far

Lonely The Brave, Porches, Art Garfunkel, Ludovico Einaudi, The Wholls, Slayer, GoGo Penguin, Patrick Wolf, Hannah Trigwell, Marc Almond, Coldrain, The View, Milk Teeth, The Boxer Rebellion, Elvis Costello, Asher Roth, Fatherson, The Hotelier, Into It. Over It, Dar Williams, Freddie Gibbs, Nathan Carter, Lewis Watson, Deacon Blue, Izzy Bizu, Teleman, Servant Sun, Derange, Joe Bonamassa, Eric Roberson, Lukas Graham, Pentatonix, The Coral, Squeeze, Maverick Sabre, Cate Le Bon, October Drift, Lera Lynn, Madness, Fear Of Men, PJ Harvey, The Answer, Kentucky Headhunters, Ashestoangels, Field Music, The Cinematic Orchestra and many more!

For more information and to find your tickets visit: http://www.stereoboard.com/ticket-news

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