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Night & Day (Day Edition) by The Vamps
The pop foursome release the second half of their Night & Day collection this week.
Among the guests on the album, which features hit singles 'Too Good To Be True' and 'Personal', are Maggie Lindemann, rapper Machine Gun Kelly and Kriss Kross Amsterdam.
Black Flame by Bury Tomorrow
The metalcore upstarts release their fifth studio album this week, their first LP for new label Music For Nations.
The album has been produced by Young Guns/Enter Shikari knob twiddler Dan Weller and sees the band embracing a more expansive sound.
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again by Various Artists
The sequel to the hugely successful musical sees another batch of ABBA's biggest hits being covered by the cast.
Among the tracks confirmed to appear are 'Waterloo', 'Dancing Queen' and 'Thank You For The Music'.
Ordinary Corrupt Human Love by Deafheaven
The arty black metallers follow up 2015's New Bermuda with an epic new LP.
Producer and frequent collaborator Jack Shirley was in charge once again for the album, which takes its name from a line from Graham Greene's 1951 novel The End Of The Affair.
The band's taste for the epic and meshing of genres looks undimmed, as you shown on 12-minute lead-off single 'Honeycomb', one of three tracks of the seven on the album that clock in at over 10 minutes in length...
Back Roads and Abandoned Motels by The Jayhawks
The reunited bluesy country rockers make in 10 albums and counting with the release of Back Roads and Abandoned Motels.
The album includes two new songs written by mainman Gary Louris, but mainly features songs co-written by Louris for previous projects.
Among them are two songs written for the Dixie Chicks and others for Jakob Dylan, Ari Hest and Emerson Hart.
Red Sparrow by Francis Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence takes centre stage in this dark new action thriller.
The movie is an adaptation of Jason Matthews' best-selling novel, which follows Dominika Egorov, former prima ballerina turned state intelligence officer.
Despite her reservations, Egorov is drafted to become a “Sparrow,” a trained seductress in the service and asked to operate against Nathaniel Nash, a first-tour CIA officer who handles the agency’s most sensitive penetration of Russian intelligence.
Co-starring alongside Lawrence are Joel Edgerton, Jeremy Irons, Matthias Schoenaerts, Ciaran Hinds, Joely Richardson, Mary Louise Parker and Charlotte Rampling.
The movie has been directed by Francis Lawrence, who directed Lawrence in three of the four Hunger Games movies. Snitch scribe Justin Haythe has written the script.
Killing Gunther by Taran Killam
Saturday Night Live regular Taran Killam directs, writes and stars alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bobby Moynihan, Hannah Simone and Cobie Smulders in this action spectacular.
The movie follows eccentric assassins are fed up with Gunther, the world's greatest hitman, and decide to kill him, but their plan turns into a series of bungled encounters as Gunther seems to always be one step ahead...
Mark Felt - The Man Who Brought Down the White House by Peter Landesman
Liam Neeson stars in the political drama, he plays Mark Felt, who became the notorious 'Deep Throat', the anonymous source for reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein and helped them in the investigation which led them to the Watergate scandal.
Diane Lane, Marton Csokas, Tony Goldwyn and Ike Barinholtz co-star, with Concussion/Parkland writer/director Peter Landesman behind the camera.
In Darkness by Anthony Byrne
Hunger Games and Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer writes and stars in this tense thriller, working alongside director and real-life partner Anthony Byrne.
Dormer as a blind pianist named Sofia who hears a disturbance in the flat upstairs that leads to the death of her neighbour. Sofia soon finds herself pulled into London's criminal underworld as those responsible attempt to tie up any loose ends that could lead police to her killers, including her visually impaired neighbour.
Starring alongside Dormer is a cast that includes Ed Skrein, Emily Ratajkowski, Joely Richardson and Neil Maskill.
Lean On Pete by Andrew Haigh
Charlie Plummer, Travis Fimmel, Steve Buscemi, Chloe Sevigny and Steve Zahn star in this tender drama.
The story follows 15-year-old Charley, who has just moved with his Father to Portland, Oregon. With his Father struggling with personal demons, Charley finds camaraderie at a local racetrack where he lands a job caring for an ageing quarter horse named Lean On Pete.
Andrew Haigh, writer and director of Looking and 45 Years, takes charge.