This Week’s New Releases: Hayley Williams, Kehlani And Mark Lanegan

This week’s instalment is going to be short and sweet. Paramore vocalist Hayley Williams has released her debut solo album, Kehlani has followed up 2017’s ‘SweetSexySavage’, and Mark Lanegan has put out ‘Straight Songs Of Sorrow’ — a record inspired by his life story, which is detailed in his recently released memoir, Sing Backwards And Weep.

Head below to check out what else is on offer.

Beauty Pill – ‘Please Advise’ (Northern Spy)

Butch Walker – ‘American Love Story’ (Ruby Red)

Choir Boy – ‘Gathering Swans’ (Dais Records)

Cryptex – ‘Once Upon A Time’ (Steamhammer)

Daedelus – ‘What Wands Won’t Break’ (DomeOfDoom)

Fake Names – ‘Fake Names’ (Epitaph)

Hailee Steinfeld – ‘Half Written Story’ EP (Island Records)

Hayley Williams – ‘Petals For Armor’ (Atlantic)

I Break Horses – ‘Warnings’ (Bella Union)

John Stewart – ‘Old Forgotten Altars: The 1960s Demos’ (Omnivore Recordings)

Kehlani – ‘It Was Good Until It Wasn’t’ (Atlantic)

Little Simz – ‘Drop 6’ EP (Age 101)

Mark Lanegan – ‘Straight Songs Of Sorrow’ (Heavenly)

Modern Studies – ‘The Weight Of The Sun’ (Fire Records)

Nav – ‘Good Intentions’ (Republic/XO)

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This Week’s New Releases: Interpol, Blood Orange And The Lemon Twigs

This week is busy, bonkers, bananas even! Interpol have dropped off LP #6, Devonté Hynes has put out a new Blood Orange record and the Lemon Twigs have released their sophomore album, which they describe as a musical that tells the story of Shane, a chimpanzee raised as a human.

If that’s not enough new releases for ya there’s a shedload more to check out below.

Alexander Tucker – ‘Don’t Look Away’ (Thrill Jockey)

Alice In Chains – ‘Rainier Fog’ (BMG)

Andrew Bayer – ‘In My Last Life’ (Anjunabeats)

The Amity Affliction – ‘Misery’ (Roadrunner)

Autechre – ‘NTS Sessions’ (Warp)

Bang Bang Romeo – ‘Shame On You’ EP (Five Seven Music)

BC Camplight – ‘Deportation Blues’ (Bella Union)

Blood Orange – ‘Negro Swan’ (Domino)

Blue October – ‘I Hope You’re Happy’ (Up/Down-Brando/Absolute)

Caiti Baker – ‘Zinc’ (MVKA)

Candi Staton – ‘Unstoppable’ (Thirty Tigers)

The Cuban Brothers – ‘La Familia’ (Sunday Best)

Devil Makes Three – ‘Chains Are Broken’ (New West)

Devon Welsh – ‘Dream Songs’ (You Are Accepted)

The Frights – ‘Hypochondriac’ (Epitaph)

Gilbert O’Sullivan – ‘Gilbert O’Sullivan’ (BMG/Absolute)

Her’s – ‘Invitation To Her’s’ (Heist or Hit)

Honne – ‘Love Me / Love Me Not’ (Atlantic)

Interpol – ‘Marauder’ (Matador)

Joey Dosik – ‘Inside Voice’ (Secretly Canadian)

Justice – ‘Woman Worldwide’ (Because/Caroline)

​The Lemon Twigs – ‘Go To School’ (4AD)

Laurel – ‘Dogviolet’ (Counter)

Lucie Silvas – ‘E.G.O.’ (Thirty Tigers)

Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood – ‘With Animals’ (Heavenly)

Neil and Liam Finn – ‘Lightsleeper’ (PIAS)

Nonpoint – ‘X’ (Spinefarm)

Nothing – ‘Dance On The Blacktop’ (Relapse Records)

Ólafur Arnalds – ‘Re:member’ (Mercury KX/Decca)

Plain White T’s – ‘Parallel Universe’ (Fearless Records)

Shannon McArdle – ‘A Touch Of Class’ (Shandelion Records)

Tunng – ‘Songs You Make At Night’ (Full Time Hobby)

White Denim – ‘Performance’ (City Slang)

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On This Day In Music: Happy Birthday Mark Lanegan!

On November 25, 1964 Mark Lanegan, solo artist and former Screaming Trees vocalist, was born.

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Top Tours This Week: Ed Sheeran, Foo Fighters, Nick Mulvey, The Horrors, Mark Lanegan, Logic, Mr. Big and more…

As the dust settles on another great festival at Worthy Farm, it’s Glastonbury headliners Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran who dominate the headlines again with Dave Grohl and co. confirming a huge show at London’s O2 Arena as part of the venue’s 10th birthday celebrations this September, while the loop pedal extraordinaire has lined up stadium shows across the UK and Europe in summer 2018.

Ed Sheeran

The singer-songwriter, who released ‘÷’ in March, has confirmed stadium shows in the UK and Ireland, including performances at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium, Hampden Park in Glasgow, Newcastle’s St James’ Park, Wembley Stadium in London and Cardiff’s Principality Stadium during May and June 2018. He also plays dates across Europe, calling in Amsterdam, Werchter, Paris, Gothenburg, Stockholm, Berlin, Essen, Hamburg, Munich, Zurich, Vienna and Warsaw between June 28 and August 11.
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Tickets are on general sale on July 8 at 9am for the Irish dates and 10am for the UK shows.


Foo Fighters

The Seattle rockers will play London’s O2 Arena on September 19 as part of the venue’s 10th birthday celebrations, following up the release of their new album, ‘Concrete and Gold’, which arrives on September 15.
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O2 Priority tickets go on sale at 12pm today, June 28, while general sale begins at 4pm. Prices start at £55.00 plus booking fees.


Nick Mulvey

Mulvey will celebrate the release of his new album, ‘Wake Up Now’, which is due to arrive on September 8, with shows in Belfast, Dublin, Liverpool, Exeter, Bristol, Manchester, Sheffield, Leeds, Birmingham, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Bournemouth, Cambridge, London and Bexhill-on-Sea.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on June 30, priced £17.50/£24.50 plus fees.


The Horrors

The band will follow the release of their new album, ‘V’, out on September 22, with shows across the UK and Europe, including stops in Belfast, Dublin, Glasgow, Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, Bristol, Cambridge, Brighton and London, where they’ll play KOKO on October 29. The band also have a previously confirmed headline London show at Omeara in the diary for July 11.
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Tickets are on general sale at 10am on June 30, prices start at £17.50/£18.50 plus fees.


Mark Lanegan

The former Screaming Trees frontman is set to play shows in Bristol, Norwich, Wolverhampton, Newcastle, Liverpool, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Belfast, Dublin, Leeds, Oxford, Southampton, Brighton and London between November 27 and December 12.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on June 30, prices start at £22.50/£25.00 plus fees


Logic

The Maryland hip-hop artist, who released ‘Everybody’ in May, will call at the O2 Academy Brixton in London on October 31, Manchester Academy the following day and the O2 Academy Birmingham on November 2 as part of his Everybody’s Tour.
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Tickets are on general sale at 9am on June 30, prices start at £19.50/£25.00 plus fees.


Mr. Big

The rockers will bring their first UK tour in over six years to Nottingham’s Rock City, Newcastle’s Northumbria Institute, London’s O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, Manchester Academy, Glasgow’s O2 ABC and the Wulfrun Hall  in Wolverhampton between November 16 and 23.
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Tickets are on general sale at 10am on June 30, priced £27.50/£29.50 plus fees.


Also announced this week, so far

The Temperance Movement, Paolo Nutini, Peter Kay, Alter Bridge, Passion Pusher, David Ramirez, Lisa and Lena, Sully Erna, G DRAGON, Turnover, William the Conqueror, Dead Kennedys, Beoga, Defeater, Culture Abuse, X Ambassadors, Lukas Nelson and Promise of the Real, Moulettes, Alma, Will Heard, Jarrod Dickenson, Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes, Tom Speight, Yellow Days, The Modern Strangers, Juanita Stein, Girl Ray, Roddy Woomble, Childhood, Sundara Karma, Run The Jewels and more!

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Top Tours This Week!!

Lady Gaga

Fresh from headlining the half time show at last weekend’s Super Bowl, Lady Gaga has announced details of her Joanne world tour, with stops planned at London’s O2 Arena, Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena and Manchester Arena in October.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on February 10, priced from £40.00 plus fees.


Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds have announced UK arena shows as part of a European tour, including stops in Bournemouth, Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham and London during September.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on February 17.


Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan has added a trio of April shows at the London Palladium to his spring tour plans.
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Tickets are on sale at 10am on February 10.


Natalie Imbruglia

Natalie Imbruglia has announced unplugged shows in London, Manchester, Dublin and Birmingham during May.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on February 10, prices start at £24.50/£32.50 plus fees.


The Cranberries

The Cranberries will be accompanied by a string quartet for shows in Dublin, Belfast, London, Bristol, Gateshead, Glasgow, York and Manchester during May.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on February 10, prices start at £40.00 plus fees.


Stormzy

Stormzy has announced UK and Ireland dates for his Gang Signs & Prayer tour, which shares its name with the grime artist’s upcoming new record. Stops include Dublin, Belfast, Liverpool, Leicester, Glasgow, Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Norwich, Bournemouth, Bristol, Nottingham, Sheffield and London between March 29 and May 3.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on February 9, prices start at £20.00/£24.75 plus fees.


The Cribs

The Cribs will celebrate the 10th anniversary of their third album, ‘Men’s Needs, Women’s Needs, Whatever’, with a spring UK tour.
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Tickets go on general sale at 10am on February 10, priced £20.00/£23.50 plus fees.


Little Big Town

Little Big Town, who will release ‘The Breaker’ on February 24, will call in Manchester, Birmingham, Gateshead, Glasgow and Bristol prior to a London date at the Royal Albert Hall as part of the Albert Sessions series in the autumn. Seth Ennis will open.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on February 10, priced £27.50/£28.50 plus fees.


Gavin DeGraw

Gavin DeGraw has announced a handful of acoustic performances for May, including stops in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Belfast and London during May.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on February 10, priced £23.00 plus fees.


Mark Lanegan

Mark Lanegan has lined up dates for the UK leg of his Gargoyle tour. The tour shares its name with the former Screaming Trees vocalist’s upcoming LP and hits Birmingham’s O2 Institute, Glasgow’s Garage, Manchester’s O2 Ritz and London’s KOKO between June 19 and 22.
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Tickets are on sale at 9am on February 10,  priced £20.00/£20.50/£22.00 plus fees.


Also announced this week, so far

Kings Of Leon, The Wombats, John Mayer, Melanie C, Madness, House Of Common, Olly Murs, Kaiser Chiefs, Clean Bandit, Charlie Worsham, Blood Youth, Simple Plan, The One Hundred, Bush, Cabbage, Natives, Dan Patlansky, Amber Arcades, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Diana Krall, Brent Cobb, Big Country, King No-One, Sublime With Rome, Hannah Trigwell, Gladys Knight, En Vogue, Cat Power, The Magpie Salute, To Kill A King and more!

 

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This Week’s New Releases: Jess Glynne, The Fratellis And Faithless

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There are a lot of big names offering up new records this week. Jess Glynne is making her full length debut, meanwhile Glaswegian trio The Fratellis are on album #4 with ‘Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied’. We’ve also got Faithless celebrating 20 years together with the release of ‘2.0’. However, there is a plethora of new releases this week, so make sure to check them out below.

The Bohicas – ‘The Making Of’ (Domino)

Bon Jovi – ‘Burning Bridges’ (Virgin EMI)

Buckcherry – ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll (F- Bomb/ Caroline)

Disturbed – ‘Immortalized’ (reprise/ 143)

Faithless – ‘2.0’ (Sony)

The Fratellis – ‘Eyes Wide, Tongue Tied’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Jess Glynne – ‘I Cry When I Laugh’ (Atlantic)

Kadavar – ‘Berlin’ (Nuclear Blast)

Mark Lanegan – ‘Houston: Publishing Demos 2002’ (Ipecac)

The Strypes – ‘Little Victories’ (Virgin EMI)

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