This Week’s New Releases: Metric, Journey And James Bay

This week Journey are returning with their first new album of original material in 11 years, Metric are back with their first in four, and James Bay has released his third LP, the follow-up to 2018’s ‘Electric Light’. Head below for more new music.

AESPA – ‘Girls – The 2nd Mini Album’ (SM Entertainment/Warner)

Burna Boy – ‘Love Damini’ (Spaceship Records)

The Faim – ‘Talk Talk’ (BMG)

James Bay – ‘Leap’ (Mercury/Republic)

James Righton – ‘Jim, I’m Still Here’ (Deewee/Because)

Jeremy Loops – ‘Heard You Got Love’ (Decca)

Journey – ‘Freedom’ (Freedom JN/BMG)

Katy J Pearson – ‘Sound Of The Morning’ (Heavenly)

Laura Veirs – ‘Found Light’ (Raven Marching Band)

Metric – ‘Formentera’ (Metric/Thirty Tigers)

Neil Young – ‘Toast’ (Reprise)

Rae Morris – ‘Rachel@Fairyland’ (Sony)

Viagra Boys – ‘Cave World’ (Year0001)

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This Week’s New Releases: Christine And The Queens, Slash And Suede

The bombardment of new albums continues this week. Christine And The Queens, for this record just known as Chris, have released their second LP, Suede have followed up 2016’s ‘Night Thoughts’ and Slash has put out a new solo record featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators.

Still want more? Head below.

Aborted – ‘TerrorVision’ (Century Media)

Amy Helm – ‘This Too Shall Light’ (Yep Roc)

Beak> – ‘>>>’ (Invada Records/Temporary Residence)

Billy Gibbons – ‘The Big Bad Blues’ (Concord)

Christine and the Queens – ‘Chris’ (Because/Caroline)

Joe Bonamassa – ‘Redemption’ (Provogue/Mascot)

Josh Groban – ‘Bridges’ (Reprise)

Joyce Manor – ‘Million Dollars To Kill Me’ (Epitaph)

Macy Gray – ‘Ruby’ (Mack Avenue)

Mandy Barnett – ‘Strange Conversation’ (Dame/Thirty Tigers)

Metric – ‘Art Of Doubt’ (BMG/MMI/Crystal Math)

Mountain Man – ‘Magic Ship’ (Bella Union)

Mutual Benefit – ‘Thunder Follows The Light’ (Transgressive)

Prince – ‘Piano & A Microphone 1983’ (NPG/Warner Bros)

Say Lou Lou – ‘Immortelle’ (A Deux)

Slash – ‘Living The Dream (featuring Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators)’ (Snakepit/Warner)

Suede – ‘The Blue Hour’ (Warner Bros)

Therapy? – ‘Cleave’ (Marshall Records)

Villagers – ‘The Art Of Pretending To Swim’ (Domino)

Voivod – ‘The Wake’ (Century Media Records)

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The Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Morrissey, New Order, Metric, Marina And The Diamonds And The Enemy



The iconic frontman of the Smiths, who put out ‘World Peace Is None Of Your Business’ last year, will play Hull Arena on September 18 before two nights at London’s Eventim Apollo on September 20 and 21, following a series of UK shows earlier this year. Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday, priced at £47.50 and £56.00 in London, plus fees.

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Following the announcement of their new album, ‘Music Complete’, out on September 25, New Order will play London, Glasgow, Liverpool and Wolverhampton between November 16 and 24. Tickets on sale at 9am on Friday, priced at £37.50 (£43.50 in London), plus fees.

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Metric will follow up the September 18 release of their new album, ‘Pagans In Vegas’, with shows in Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Oxford and London between October 7 and 14. Tickets are on sale at 9am on Friday, priced at £15.00 (£23.00 in London), plus fees.

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Marina And The Diamonds will take the Neon Nature tour to Cambridge, Bournemouth, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Birmingham, Cardiff, Belfast, Dublin and London between November 20 and December 6, in support of her fifth album, ‘Froot’. Tickets are on sale at 10am on Friday, priced at £22.00 (£24.00 in London), plus fees.

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The Enemy will hit York, Manchester, Birmingham, London, Coventry, Portsmouth, Newcastle, Leeds, Glasgow, Sheffield, Norwich and Nottingham between November 16 and December 1, following the launch of their fourth full length, ‘It’s Automatic’, on October 9. Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday, priced at £14.00 (£16.50 in London), plus fees.

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Check out Stereoboard’s event pages for a full list of latest announcements.

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AC/DC Are Still Rocking At The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart


AC/DC have done it again, they’re at the top of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart. Creeping closer to them are Wireless and Ed Sheeran who have both moved up the chart this week. Also making a leap from #11 into the top five is Neil Diamond.

We’ve got a number of leavers this week, including Taylor SwiftMötley CrüeDuran DuranFrankie ValliPaul WellerDef Leppard and WhitesnakeKacey MusgravesFlorence And The Machine and Fall Out Boy.

Meanwhile, we welcome to the chart A$AP Rocky and Wiz Khalifa and The Ashes. The latter of which has done well to come in with an entry position of #6.

1. AC/DC
2. Wireless
3. Ed Sheeran
4. Fleetwood Mac
5. Neil Diamond
6. The Ashes
7. Lionel Richie
8. T In The Park
9. BBC Radio 2 Live
10. Bob Dylan
11. One Direction
12. Gregory Porter
13. James Bay
14. Dixie Chicks
15. A$AP Rocky and Wiz Khalifa
16. U2
17. The 1975
18. Paloma Faith
19. Mrs Browns Boys
20. The Vamps

On sale this week – can they break the top 20?

1. Morrissey

2. Zedd

3. Metric

4. Marina And The Diamonds

5. Fear Factory


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