This Week’s New Releases: Pale Waves, The Pretty Reckless And Claud

What a week for new music! Pale Waves have released their second album, The Pretty Reckless their fourth, and Claud has put out her debut full-length on Phoebe Bridgers’ label Saddest Factory.

Head below for the rest of this week’s new releases.

Arc Of Life – ‘Arc Of Life’ (Frontiers)

The Band – ‘Stage Fright (Deluxe Remix 2020)’ (Capitol)

Claud – ‘Super Monster’ (Saddest Factory)

Death by Unga Bunga – ‘Heavy Male Insecurity’ (Jansen)

Django Django – ‘Glowing In The Dark’ (Because Music)

James Walsh – ‘Small Illusions’ (James Walsh)

JPEGMAFIA – ‘EP2!’ (EQT Recordings/Republic Records/UMG)

Love and Death – ‘Perfectly Preserved’ (Earache)

Mush – ‘Lines Redacted’ (Memphis Industries)

Nonconnah – ‘Songs for and About Ghosts’ (Ernest Jenning)

Pale Waves – ‘Who Am I?’ (Dirty Hit)

Pentatonix – ‘The Lucky Ones’ (RCA)

The Pretty Reckless – ‘Death By Rock and Roll’ (Century Media)

Rat Columns – ‘Pacific Kiss’ (Tough Love)

R+R=Now – ‘R+R=Now Live’ (Blue Note)

The Rubens – ‘0202’ (Humming)

Sia – ‘Music (Songs From And Inspired By The Motion Picture)’ (Atlantic)

Slowthai – ‘TYRON’ (Method Records/Interscope/AWGE)

Various artists – ‘Judas and the Black Messiah: The Inspired Album’ (Six Course Music Group/RCA)

Virginia Wing – ‘private LIFE’ (Fire Records)

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This Week’s New Releases: Lady Gaga, Leonard Cohen And American Football

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This week thare are some huge names releasing new material. Lady Gaga has followed up her 2014 collaborative album with Tony Bennett, ‘Cheek To Cheek’, and 2013’s ‘Artpop’, Leonard Cohen has put out his fourteenth studio LP and American Football have released their first album in 17 years.

If none of that is your cup of tea then make sure you check out the rest of our pick of this week’s new releases below.

American Football – ‘American Football’ (Wichita/PIAS)

Crocodiles – ‘Dreamless’ (Zoo Music)

David Crosby – ‘Lighthouse’ (Decca)

Hooton Tennis Club – ‘Big Box Of Chocolates’ (Heavenly)

Jimmy Eat World – ‘Integrity Blues’ (RCA)

John K. Samson – ‘Winter Wheat’ (Anti-)

Korn – ‘The Serenity Of Suffering’ (Roadrunner Records)

Lady Gaga – ‘Joanne’ (Polydor)

Leonard Cohen – ‘You Want It Darker’ (Sony)

Melanie C – ‘Version Of Me’ (Red Girl)

NxWorries – ‘Yes Lawd!’ (Stones Throw)

Savoy Motel – ‘Savoy Motel’ (What’s Your Rupture)

Syd Arthur – ‘Apricity’ (Caroline)

Tanya Tagaq – ‘Retribution’ (Six Shooter Records)

Pretenders – ‘Alone’ (BMG)

The Pretty Reckless – ‘Who You Selling For’ (Virgin EMI)

The Radio Dept. – ‘Running Out Of Love’ (Labrador AB)

Spirit Club – ‘Slouch’ (Ghost Ramp)

Various Artists – ‘Lazarus: Original Cast Recording: Lazarus The Musical’ (Columbia)

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Bon Iver Bound To The Top Of Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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We’re a bit tardy with your latest instalment of the Hot Ticket Chart, but you can now check out the rankings from September 12 to 18 below.

Bon Iver have bumped comeback kings Green Day off the #1 spot and down to #8. Meanwhile, we’ve got Korn and Limp Bizkit in second place, with Shawn MendesJustin Bieber and Yusuf Cat Stevens making up the rest of the top five.

Elton John is back in the top 10, followed by Olly Murs, who has dropped five places since the last chart. We also welcome newcomers Tory Lanez and The Pretty Reckless, who have entered at #10 and #18, respectively.

Over the next week we’ve got some huge names with shows on sale, including KraftwerkIron MaidenTwo Door Cinema ClubBlossoms and Jimmy Eat World. Come back and see us soon to find out if any of them beat Bon Iver to the top of the chart.

1. Bon Iver
2. Korn (co-headline with Limp Bizkit)
3. Shawn Mendes
4. Justin Bieber
5. Yusuf Cat Stevens
6. Elton John
7. Olly Murs
8. Green Day
9. Red Hot Chili Peppers
10. Tory Lanez
11. Frankie Valli
12. David Gilmour
13. Jess Glynne
14. Catfish and the Bottlemen
15. Marvel Universe Live
16. Jamie T
17. Billy Connolly
18. The Pretty Reckless
19. The 1975
20. Twenty One Pilots

On sale in the next week – can they break the top 20?

1. Iron Maiden

2. Kraftwerk

3. Two Door Cinema Club

4. Blossoms

5. Jimmy Eat World

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Green Day Top Stereoboard’s Hot Ticket Chart

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So, Green Day have managed it, they’ve knocked festival favourites Biffy Clyro off the top spot and down to #6.  Completing the rest of the top five we have Olly MursFrankie ValliJustin Bieber and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

This week we welcome some new names to the chart, including Lucy SpragganThe Next StepJimmy Eat WorldMarvel Universe LiveShawn Mendes and Christine and the Queens, among others. The new blood has meant we’ve had to say goodbye to some acts, but we’ve still got some familiar faces who are holding firm in the top 20,  such as The CureCatfish and the BottlemenTwenty One Pilots and Dave Chappelle.

We’ve had a big re-jig this week, so it’s anyone’s guess as to what next week’s chart will look like, especially considering there are tickets going on sale for Elton JohnKorn (co-headline with Limp Bizkit), Bon IverThe Pretty Reckless and Taking Back Sunday.  Check back in with us to see if any of them manage to steal the #1 spot from the punk trio.

1. Green Day
2. Olly Murs
3. Frankie Valli
4. Justin Bieber
5. Red Hot Chili Peppers
6. Biffy Clyro
7. Lucy Spraggan
8. Twenty One Pilots
9. The Next Step
10. The Cure
11. Jimmy Eat World
12. The Courteeners
13. Marvel Universe Live
14. Dave Chappelle
15. Billy Joel
16. Shawn Mendes
17. David Gilmour
18. Catfish and the Bottlemen
19. Christine and the Queens
20. Status Quo

On sale in the next week – can they break the top 20?

1. Elton John

2. Korn (co-headline with Limp Bizkit)

3. Bon Iver

4. The Pretty Reckless

5. Taking Back Sunday

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Pick Of Friday’s Tickets: Linkin Park, DFA 1979, Joe Bonamassa, The Pretty Reckless & Mastodon

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LINKIN PARK

Having headlined the hallowed grounds of rock and metal at Donington’s Download Festival last month, Linkin Park return to the UK for shows in Manchester and London in November. Chester Bennington and co. stop at Manchester’s Phones 4u Arena on November 22 and London’s O2 Arena on November 23 as part of a wider trek across Europe. Of Mice & Men will provide support. In the meantime, check out the band’s sixth album, ‘The Hunting Party’, released in June.

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DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979

Death From Above 1979 have announced three UK shows for the autumn, along with a teaser of their anticipated new album. The duo will hit up London’s Electric Ballroom, Manchester’s Gorilla and Glasgow’s Garage in October, in the meantime, check out Trainwreck 1979, a taste of ‘The Physical World’, due in September.

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JOE BONAMASSA

Guitar maestro Joe Bonamassa has confirmed four nights at London’s Eventim Apollo for spring 2015. Supporting a brand new album, ‘Different Shades of Blue’, released on September 22, Bonamassa will hit the historic venue between March 17 and March 21.

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THE PRETTY RECKLESS

The Pretty Reckless have announced their return to the UK, confirming a string of shows for a November UK tour. Led by Taylor Momsen, the rockers will headline in Nottingham, Leeds, Manchester, Glasgow, Oxford, Bristol, Birmingham and London between November 17 and 26, in support of their second studio effort, ‘Going To Hell’, released back in March.

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MASTODON

Following their set at Sonisphere Knebworth last weekend, the Georgia prog-metallers have announced they will hit the road for an extensive UK and Irish tour this winter. Having hit the Top Ten with their recently released new album, ‘Once More ‘Round The Sun’, Mastodon will support the record with shows in Dublin, Belfast, Southampton, Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, London, Birmingham, Nottingham and Bristol in November and December.

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

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