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Mania by Fall Out Boy
The Chicago pop-punks return with the follow-up to 2015’s American Beauty/American Psycho and take another journey into pop experimentation.
This time the band have called in many of pop production’s heavyweights, with Sia Furler, Pharrell Williams and Rihanna/Paloma Faith collaborator Jesse Shatkin all on duty.
Featuring singles ‘Champion’ and ‘Young and Menace’, the album also sees the band collaborating with Nigerian dancehall singer Burna Boy.
Hold On to Your Heart by The Xcerts
The Scottish heartswelling rockers return with a searing new LP.
Produced by Gary Clark and Manic Street Preachers regular knob-twiddler Dave Eringa, the album sees the band channel Born to Run era Bruce Springsteen and The Replacements to create a collection of bombastic rock songs.
Semicircle by The Go! Team
The Brighton collective return with their fifth studio album, an LP recorded with the same line-up that recorded their classic 2004 debut Thunder, Lightning, Strike.
Defy by Of Mice & Men
The Orange County metallers have enjoyed a turbulent couple of years. Their touring in support of 2016’s Cold World was stalled by frontman Austin Carlile’s battle with Marfan's Syndrome, a condition that eventually forced him to depart the band to focus on his health.
After Carlile’s departure, the band kept going with bassist Aaron Pauley taking over duties as lead vocalist. Now a foursome, they’ve cemented their new line-up with new LP Defy, an album recorded with My Chemical Romance/Papa Roach producer Howard Benson.
Ruins by First Aid Kit
We’ve been waiting quite a while for the Swedish folk duo to return, but they're back today with new LP Ruins.
Recorded with Laura Veirs/My Morning Jacket producer Tucker Martine in Portland, the album features collaborations with R.E.M.’s Peter Buck, Wilco’s Glenn Kotche and Midlake’s McKenzie Smith.
The album sees the band embrace a rawer sound, taking inspiration from classic country and 1970’s folk.
Victoria and Abdul by Stephen Frears
Judi Dench and Ali Fazal star in this tender drama about a young man who arrives from India to work in Queen Victoria's court and strikes up an unlikely and devoted alliance with the Queen that her household and inner circle try to destroy.
Peaky Blinders: Series 4 by Paul Anderson
The fourth season of the gangster drama arrives on DVD shelves this week.
Cillian Murphy, Helen McCrory, Tom Hardy and Joe Cole all return to star with Adrien Brody and Aiden Gillen joining the cast in key roles.
In the fourth season, we find Murphy’s Tommy Shelby receiving a mysterious letter on Christmas Eve which tells him that the Peaky Blinders are facing “annihilation”, a call which he must answer with all guns blazing...
Borg Vs. McEnroe by Janus Metz Pedersen
Shia LaBeouf stars as John McEnroe while Swedish actor Sverrir Gudnason, best known for his role in Wallander, plays Björn Borg in this tense drama.
The movie will tell the story of the pair's bitter rivalry as they contested each other 14 times over the three-year period between 1978 and 1981, each winning seven times.
Stellan Skarsgård, Tuva Novotny, and Robert Emms all co-star, while Danish director Janus Metz Pederson is behind the camera.
mother! by Darren Aronofsky
After taking on one of the most world’s iconic yarns with his 2014 epic Noah, this time Requiem For A Dream/Black Swan director Darren Aronofsky does something much more intimate.
Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem star as a struggling couple, whose relationship is tested to breaking point when two uninvited guests arrive at their home and ask to lodge with them.
Starring alongside Bardem and Lawrence are Michelle Pfeiffer, Ed Harris, Kristen Wiig, Domhnall Gleeson and Brian Gleeson.
Wind River by Taylor Sheridan
Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner wrap up warm for this murder mystery, which is set in the frozen climes of rural Wyoming.
Renner stars as Cory Lambert, a low-level US Fish and Wildlife Service agent who discovers a body in the rugged wilderness of the Wind River Indian Reservation.
Needing assistance, the FBI sends in Olsen’s rookie agent Jane Banner, but she is unprepared for the difficulties created by the oppressive weather and isolation of the Wyoming winter. When she employs Cory as a tracker, the two venture deep into a world ravaged by violence and the elements.
Taylor Sheridan, writer of Sicario and Hell or High Water, directs and provides the script for this movie.