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: Tom Jones, Dinosaur Jr. And Motörhead

You know we love a mixed bag, and this week is no exception! Tom Jones has released his first new album in more than five years, Dinosaur Jr. have dropped the follow-up to 2016’s ‘Give A Glimpse Of What Yer Not’ and we’ve got a live LP from Motörhead that was recorded back in 2012.

Still want more? Head below for the rest of this week’s new releases.

Alfa Mist – ‘Bring Backs’ (Anti-)

Babymetal – ’10 Babymetal Years’ (earMUSIC)

The Berries – ‘Throne of Ivory (Singles & B-Sides)’ (Run for Cover Records)

Chicane – ‘Everything We Had To Leave Behind’ (Modena)

Dinosaur Jr. – ‘Sweep It Into Space’ (Jagjaguwar)

Eric Church – ‘Soul’ (EMI/Snakefarm Records)

Ewan McVicar – ‘Amnocairn’ (Shall Not Fade LTD)

Field Music – ‘Flat White Moon’ (Memphis Industries)

Kaleo – ‘Surface Sounds’ (Atlantic)

Lilith Czar – ‘Created From Filth and Dust’ (Sumerian)

The Loft – ‘Ghost Trains & Country Lanes: Studio, Stage & Sessions: 1984-2015’ (Cherry Red)

Motörhead – ‘Louder Than Noise…Live in Berlin’ (Silver Lining)

The Pale White – ‘Infinite Pleasure’ (Illegal Cinema/AWAL)

Peter Frampton – ‘Frampton Forgets the Words’ (UMG)

PJ Harding and Noah Cyrus – ‘People Don’t Change’ EP (RCA)

Remember Sports – ‘Like A Stone’ (Father/Daughter Records)

Sindy – ‘Horror Head’ (PNKSLM)

Steve Cropper – ‘Fire It Up’ (Provogue/Mascot)

Sonic Boom – ‘Almost Nothing Is Nearly Enough’ (Carpark Records)

Tangled Shoelaces – ‘Turn My Dial: M Squared Recordings & More, 1981-1984’ (Chapter)

Tom Jones – ‘Surrounded By Time’ (EMI)

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