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Pray for the Wicked by Panic! At The Disco
Brendon Urie follows up 2016’s supremely successful Death Of A Bachelor with new LP Pray For The Wicked, a new collection of swaggering, big-hearted pop rock.
Recorded with Fall Out Boy/Weezer producer Jake Sinclair, the album was written and committed to tape in the weeks after Urie returned from a stint on Broadway starring in the Kinky Boots musical.
Expectations by Bebe Rexha
The American songstress has been building up to her debut album for the last three years, but it finally arrives this week.
Rexha’s contact book has been firmly plundered with hitmaker supreme Max Martin, The Weeknd/Taylor Swift collaborator Ali Payami and Watch The Throne key man Hit-Boy all on the LP, as well as this, collaborations with country boys Florida Georgia Line, soulful man Tory Lanez and rapper Quavo, also appear.
Bad Witch by Nine Inch Nails
It’s been almost five years since Trent Reznor and co’s last full-length LP, but it arrives this week.
Now boasting a line-up that includes Reznor’s partner in film composition Atticus Ross as well as long-time guitarist Robin Finck and ex-Lostprophets drummer Ilan Rubin, the band will make it nine albums and counting with Bad Witch.
The LP is a short one with only six tracks included. It completes a trilogy that began with 2016’s Not The Actual Events and 2017’s ADD VIOLENCE.
Passwords by Dawes
The folk rockers, who are led by brothers Taylor and Griffin Goldsmith, return with their sixth LP this week.
The album reunites the band with producer Jonathan Wilson, with whom they recorded their first two albums and drops via their own HUB Records.
Cruising With Jane McDonald by Jane McDonald
The singer, who found fame back in the late 1990's on BBC show The Cruise, returns to that territory with her new album.
Among the songs she's covered are Wham!'s 'Club Tropicana', Ultravox's 'Vienna' and ABBA's 'The Winner Takes It All'.
The Shape of Water (hmv Exclusive) 4K Ultra HD Limited Edition Steelbook by Guillermo del Toro
Guillermo Del Toro’s latest effort was the toast of Awards season, taking home four Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director for Del Toro.
The movie is set against the backdrop of Cold War-era America in 1963 and follows Sally Hawkins' Elisa, a mute middle-aged woman who works in a hidden high-security government laboratory is trapped in a life of silence and isolation.
Bored and lonely, Elisa's life is changed forever when she and co-worker Zelda discover a secret classified experiment.
Starring alongside Hawkins are Michael Shannon, Richard Jenkins, Doug Jones, Lauren Lee Smith, Michael Stuhlbarg and Octavia Spencer.
I, Tonya by Craig Gillespie
Margot Robbie delivers a towering performance in I, Tonya, the biopic of skater Tonya Harding.
The movie tells the story of Harding's rise up the ranks of the U.S. Figure Skating Championships, a rise that came to an abrupt end when it was discovered that husband had tried to physically eliminate her nearest rival...
Starring alongside Robbie are Sebastian Stan, Paul Walter Hauser, Julianne Nicholson, Caitlin Carver, Bojana Novakovic, Bobby Cannavale and Alison Janney, who won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her portrayal of Harding's mother.
Lars And The Real Girl's Craig Gillespie directs, working from a script from Steven Rogers.
Dark River by Clio Barnard
Clio Barnard, writer and director of the much-acclaimed drama The Selfish Giant, follows up with this dark effort.
Ruth Wilson, Mark Stanley, Sean Bean and Joe Dempsie all star. Wilson leads the way as Alice, who returns to her home village for the first time in 15 years, to claim the tenancy to the family farm she believes is rightfully hers.
It’s a claim that’s not universally accepted...
The Lodgers by Brian O'Malley
Charlotte Vega, Bill Milner and David Bradley star in this gothic horror story orphaned teenage twins who reside on a crumbling family estate in 1920s rural Ireland.
The twins, Rachel and Edward live deep in the countryside, but not alone. They share the house with sinister unseen entities that have three strict rules.
The rules are as follows, they have to be in bed by midnight; never allow anyone to cross the threshold, and never permanently leave the house. Failure to abide by these rules will unleash the wrath of those who reside in the basement, The Lodgers. And you don't want to meet them...
Finding Your Feet by Richard Loncraine
Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall, Celia Imrie and Joanna Lumley team up for this romantic comedy about finding new love in later life.
Staunton plays Sandra, who is about to settle into retirement when discovers that her husband has been having an affair with her best friend.
Finding herself at a loss and having to start her life over, she moves in with her hippy sister Bif and sets about trying new things...
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