This Week’s New Releases: ABBA, Diana Ross And Bullet For My Valentine

This week is a mixed bag. ABBA have returned with the long awaited follow-up to 1981’s ‘The Visitors’, Diana Ross has put out her first new studio album in 15 years, and Bullet For My Valentine have dropped their seventh studio full-length.

Still want more new music? Fill your boots below.

A Certain Ratio – ‘Loco Remezclada’ (Mute)

ABBA – ‘Voyage’ (Polar)

Admiral Fallow – ‘The Idea Of You’ (Chemikal Underground)

Aimee Mann – ‘Queens Of The Summer Hotel’ (SuperEgo)

Aminé – ‘TWOPOINTFIVE’ (CLBN LLC)

Bleachers – ‘Live At Electric Lady’ (EP) (RCA)

Brian Fallon – ‘Night Divine’ (Lesser Known)

Bullet For My Valentine – ‘Bullet For My Valentine’  (Spinefarm/Search)

Coldplay – ‘Live From Climate Pledge Arena’ (EP) (Amazon Music)

Connan Mockasin – ‘Jassbusters Two’ (Mexican Summer)

Curtis Harding – ‘If Words Were Flowers’ (Anti)

Diana Ross – ‘Thank You’ (Decca)

Dijon – ‘Absolutely’ (Warner)

Faithless – ‘All Blessed Deluxe’ (BMG)

Garbage – ‘Beautiful Garbage 20th Anniversary’ (BMG)

Gregory Porter – ‘Still Rising Collection’ (Decca)

Hard Feelings – ‘Hard Feelings’ (Domino)

The Horrors – ‘Against The Blade’ (EP) (Wolf Tone/Fiction Records)

James Arthur – ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End’ (Columbia)

Joan As Police Woman, Tony Allen and Dave Okumu – ‘The Solution Is Restless’ (PIAS)

Jo Harrop – ‘The Heart Wants’ (Lateralize)

Nathaniel Rateliff – ‘The Future’ (Stax/Concord)

Nation Of Language – ‘A Way Forward’ (PIAS)

Parcels – ‘Day/Night’ (Because)

Penelope Isles – ‘Which Way To Happy’ (Bella Union)

Radiohead – ‘Kid A Mnesia’ (XL)

Snail Mail – ‘Valentine’ (Matador)

Summer Walker – ‘Still Over It’ (Interscope)

Teleman – ‘Sweet Morning’ (EP) (Moshi Moshi)

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This Week’s New Releases: Rob Zombie, Tom Grennan and Selena Gomez

This week is a mixed bag if we ever saw one! Rob Zombie has released the face-melting follow-up to 2016’s ‘The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser’, Tom Grennan has dropped his highly anticipated second album, and Selena Gomez has unveiled her debut Spanish-language EP.

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

Allie Crow Buckley – ‘Moonlit and Devious’ (Allie Crow Buckley)

Blake Mills and Pino Palladino – ‘Notes With Attachments’ (Verve/UMG/Impulse!)

The Brand New Heavies – ‘Shibuya 357 (Live In Tokyo 1992)’ (Acid Jazz)

Central Cee – ‘Wild West’ (Central Cee)

Chez Kane – ‘Chez Kane’ (Frontiers)

Dead Poet Society – ‘-!-‘ (Universal)

Do Nothing – ‘Glueland’ EP (Exact Truth)

Grouplove – ‘This Is This’ (Atlantic)

The Horrors – ‘Lout’ EP (Wolf Tone)

Joshua Bassett – ‘Joshua Bassett’ EP (Warner)

Justin Courtney Pierre – ‘An Anthropologist On Mars’ EP (Epitaph)

Mark Dillons – ‘1918’ (Royal Potato Family)

Nubiyan Twist – ‘Freedom Fables’ (Strut)

Rob Zombie – ‘The Lunar Injection Kool Aid Eclipse Conspiracy’ (Nuclear Blast)

Selena Gomez – ‘Revelación’ EP (Interscope)

Sunburned Hand of the Man – ‘Pick A Day To Die’ (Sunburned Hand of the Man)

Sunstorm – ‘Afterlife’ (Frontiers)

Thunder – ‘All The Right Noises’ (BMG)

Tiggs Da Author – ‘Blame It On The Youts’ (Alacran)

Tom Grennan – ‘Evering Road’ (Insanity)

Valerie June – ‘The Moon and Stars: Prescriptions For Dreamers’ (Concord/Fantasy)

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This Week’s New Releases: The Killers, Chelsea Wolfe And Godspeed You! Black Emperor

The last few weeks have been relentless and this week is no exception. The Killers new record is finally here, Chelsea Wolfe has released the follow up to 2015’s ‘Abyss’ and Godspeed You! Black Emperor have put out LP #6.

If none of that tickles your fancy, there’s a shedload more on offer below.

Brian Wilson – ‘Playback: The Brian Wilson Anthology’ (Rhino)

The Bronx – ‘Bronx V’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Chelsea Wolfe – ‘Hiss Spun’ (Sargent House)

Circa Survive – ‘The Amulet’ (Hopeless Records)

Cold Specks – ‘Fools Paradise’ (Arts & Crafts/Caroline)

Cristobal and the Sea – ‘Exitoca’ (City Slang)

Cut Copy – ‘Haiku From Zero’ (Virgin EMI)

Enter Shikari – ‘The Spark’ (Play It Again Sam)

Fergie – ‘Double Dutchess’ (Dutchess Music/BMG)

Frank Iero and the Patience – ‘Keep The Coffins Coming’ EP (Hassle Records)

Godspeed You! Black Emperor – ‘Luciferian Towers’ (Constellation)

Hiss Golden Messenger – ‘Hallelujah Anyhow’ (Merge)

The Horrors – ‘V’ (Caroline)

Jaws of Love – ‘Tasha Sits Close To The Piano’ (House Arrest)

Kevin Gates – ‘By Any Means 2’ Mixtape

The Killers – ‘Wonderful Wonderful’ (Virgin EMI)

Lina Tullgren – ‘Won’ (Captured Tracks)

Macklemore – ‘Gemini’ (Macklemore LLC)

Marc Almond – ‘Shadows and Reflections’ (BMG)

METZ – ‘Strange Peace’ (Sub Pop)

Moses Sumney – ‘Aromanticism’ (Jagjaguwar)

Phoebe Bridgers – ‘Stranger In The Alps’ (Dead Oceans)

Queen Zee and the Sasstones – ‘Eat My Sass’ EP (Sasstone Records)

Reverend and the Makers – ‘The Death Of A King’ (Cooking Vinyl)

Satyricon – ‘Deep Calleth Upon Deep’ (Napalm Records)

Sleeping With Sirens – ‘Gossip’ (Warner Bros)

Sloan Peterson – ‘Midnight Love’ EP (Mirror Records)

Tricky – ‘Ununiform’ (False Idols)

Van Morrison – ‘Roll With The Punches’ (Caroline)

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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!

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

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