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Beautiful Trauma by Pink
The singer returns with her seventh studio album and her first since 2012’s The Truth About Love.
Featuring production from frequent Olly Murs collaborator Steve Mac, Bleachers' Jack Antonoff, songwriter supreme Max Martin and the aforementioned Greg Kurstin, the album sees the singer head into fiery political territory with tracks like ‘Barbies’ and ‘What About Us’.
Ogilala by William Patrick Corgan
The Smashing Pumpkins mainman unveils his second solo album and his first under the name William Patrick Corgan.
The album was co-produced by Corgan with Rick Rubin, and does not feature Corgan's longtime collaborator Bjorn Thorsrud. It does, however, feature a guest appearance from Corgan's former bandmate James Iha.
MASSEDUCTION by St. Vincent
Annie Clark’s fifth studio LP arrives this week, her first new output since her 2014 self-titled effort.
Jenny Lewis and Clark’s former partner Cara Delevingne provide backing vocals, while Kamasi Washington lends a hand with some saxophone.
Produced largely with Bleachers mainman Jack Antonoff, the album has been described by Clark as "all about sex and drugs and sadness".
Carry Fire by Robert Plant
The Led Zeppelin frontman returns next month with his 11th LP as a solo artist and his second with the Sensational Space Shifters serving as his backing band.
The Pretenders’ Chrissie Hynde makes a guest appearance, duetting with Plant on a new rendition of Ersel Hickey's 'Bluebirds over the Mountain'.
Colors by Beck
It’s taken Beck Hansen three years to deliver the follow-up to his mournful 2014 effort Morning Phase, but he returns next month with the altogether brighter Colors.
Greg Kurstin is at the controls and between him and Hansen they’ve cooked up a groove-laden collection for the dark winter nights.
Fast & Furious 8 by F. Gary Gray
The all-conquering franchise returns for an eighth instalment and this time the family is at war.
Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson, Jason Statham, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Nathalie Emmanuel, Elsa Pataky and Kurt Russell all return to star while Charlize Theron, Scott Eastwood and Helen Mirren all join the cast.
The new movie, which is titled The Fate Of The Furious in other nations, has been directed by F. Gary Gray, the man responsible for Straight Outta Compton, he works from a script from Chris Morgan, who has written the last six films for the franchise.
At the start of this film it’s all looking rosy with the team now exonerated and enjoying their freedom, but when a mysterious new terrorist named Cipher (Theron) arrives and seduces Dominic Toretto back into a life of a crime and betraying his friends, everything is thrown up in the air.
Fargo: Year 3 by Ewan McGregor
Ewan McGregor is on double duty as he plays two starring roles in the third outing of Fargo.
Starring alongside the Trainspotting man are Carrie Coon, Michael Stuhlbarg, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, David Thewlis and Jim Gaffigan.
In the new season, which is set in 2010, we find McGregor as both Emmit and Ray Stussy, warring brothers in that particularly cold corner of Minnesota.
The older brother Emmit is a successful businessman, known locally as “the Parking Lot King of Minnesota”, while his younger brother Ray is balding, pot-bellied and struggling to scrape by in his job as a parole officer.
Deeply unhappy with his life, Ray decides to do something about the hand he's been dealt and he blames Emmit for his misfortune…
The Crown: Season One by Claire Foy
Claire Foy and Matt Smith star in this lavish re-telling of the first days of Queen Elizabeth II as England's Monarch.
Starring alongside Foy and Smith are John Lithgow, Jared Harris and Ben Miles, with Peter Morgan on writing duties and Stephen Frears directing.
Churchill by Jonathan Teplitzky
Brian Cox takes charge of this lavish new biopic of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
Starring alongside Cox are Miranda Richardson, John Slattery, James Purefoy, Julian Wadham, Richard Durden and Ella Purnell.
The movie has been directed by Jonathan Teplitzky, director of Burnin' Square and The Railway Man. Historian Alex von Tunzelmann has provided the screenplay.
Churchill is set in June 1944 at the point in World War II when Allied Forces were stood on the brink: a million soldiers are secretly assembled on the south coast of Britain, poised to invade Nazi-occupied Europe. Only one man was holding them up, Churchill himself.
A Man Called Ove by Hannes Holm
This Swedish drama scored two nominations earlier this year.
It is the story of an isolated retiree who spends his days enforcing block association rules and visiting his wife's grave, whose life is changed forever when he develops an unlikely friendship with his next-door neighbours.