This Week’s New Albums: November 25 2013
One Direction drop their new album Midnight Memories this week while there are also new releases from Gary Barlow, A Day To Remember and the much talked about duets album from Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones.
One Direction – Midnight Memories
The ten-legged pop juggernaut is back and they’ve brought their rockiest album yet. Including the hit single ‘Best Song Ever’ and the new smash ‘Diana’, this one is sure to fly off the shelves.
Gary Barlow – Since I Saw You Last
The Take That mainman returns with his fourth solo album Since I Saw You Last. A record of entirely original material, with co-write from the likes of Robbie Williams and Keane’s Tim Rice-Oxley as well as a duet with Elton John.
A Day To Remember – Common Courtesy
The Florida punk band’s fifth album finally hits the shelves after months of legal wrangling. It’s a belter too and you can read more about it here.
Bastille – All This Bad Blood
The London four-piece reissue their extremely successful debut album as a double LP. Find out more about what you get with the re-release here.
Dido – Greatest Hits
The multi-million selling singer songwriter looks back at her career with this compilation, featuring huge hits like ‘Life For Rent’, ‘White Flag’ and ‘Here With Me’.
Billie Joe Armstong and Norah Jones – Foreverly
Perhaps the strangest and most-talked about release of the week, this sees Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong and easy listening queen Norah Jones hooking up for an album of duets originally performed by the Everly Brothers. Read more about the record here.
Also Out This Week
Susan Boyle releases her Christmas album Home For Christmas as does Mary J Blige, who releases her effort A Mary Christmas. Shearwater also release their new effort Fellow Travellers, Deicide put out their new LP In The Minds Of Evil and Almah release their new album Unfold.