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Sweetener by Ariana Grande
The singer unveils her fourth full-length effort this week, her first since 2016's sassy Dangerous Woman.
Led by single 'No Tears Left To Cry' and new smash 'God Is A Woman', the album features guest appearances from both Nicki Minaj and Pharrell Williams.
As you'd expect, Grande's production and co-writing is very impressive, with hitmaker in chief Max Martin and Maroon 5/One Direction man Savan Kotecha just two of the big names credited on the record.
Thank You for Today by Death Cab for Cutie
The thoughtful indie types unveil album number nine this week, the follow-up to 2015's Kitsungi.
Produced again by Rich Costey, is the first Death Cab for Cutie release to not feature guitarist Chris Walla since the band's first ever release, You Can Play These Songs with Chords. It is also the band's first album with new guitarist/keyboardists Dave Depper and Zac Rae.
A 10-track album, the album is a more upbeat collection.
Under My Skin by Gabrielle
The soul singer, best known for her megahits 'Dream', 'Rise' and 'Out Of Reach', returns with her first new album in 11 years next month.
For her comeback, Gabrielle has largely worked with Corinne Bailey Rae collaborator Steve Chrisanthou who did Corinne Bailey Rae and Paloma Faith producer Ian Barter.
Secure by Stefflon Don
The dancehall-tinged rapper offers up her debut full effort this week, including hits 'Senseless' and 'What You Want'.
Future, Tiggs Da Author, Fekky, DJ Khaled, Sean Paul and Popcaan are among the collaborators who lend a hand.
Acts of Fear and Love by Slaves
The Kent duo unveil their third full-length effort this week, a nine-track-effort recorded in Belgium.
The LP sees the band in a more reflective mood and moving away from the direct, angular punk of their earlier work.
A Quiet Place by John Krasinski
In this chilling horror, Blunt and Krasinski star as a couple living on a farm with their two children in a dystopian future. In order to survive, they must stay silent, but when the couple's son knocks over a lantern, creating a small commotion, all hell breaks loose.
Krasinski himself directs, working from a script from Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, writers of hit horror flick Nightlight.
Thoroughbreds by Cory Finley
Olivia Cooke, Anya Taylor-Joy and the sadly departed Anton Yelchin are the leading lights in this eccentric new drama.
Taylor-Joy and Olivia Cooke play Amanda and Lily, two upper-class teenage girls in suburban Connecticut rekindle their unlikely friendship after years of growing apart, a rekindling that draws them into a strange little heist.
Playwright Cory Finley makes his feature-film debut here and is on both writing and directing duty.
The Blacklist: The Complete Fifth Season by James Spader
The fifth season of the hit action drama arrives on DVD shelves this week.
The show stars James Spader and Megan Boone.
It follows Boone's Elizabeth Keen, a young FBI agent who has her entire life uprooted when a mysterious criminal, Spader's Raymond Reddington, who has eluded capture for decades, turns himself in and insists on speaking only to her.
Versailles: The Complete Series Three by George Blagden
The third and final season of Versailles arrives on DVD shelves.
The lavish production, which follows life in the raunchy and always unpredictable court of Louis XIV, stars George Blagden, Alexander Vlahos, Stuart Bowman, Elisa Losowski and Evan Williams.
In the final run, we begin with Louis celebrating his victory over the Dutch and their allies by welcoming defeated Emperor Leopold of Hungary and his niece Eleanor to Versailles. It's a move that could have personal consequences for the French King...
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