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The singer follows up 2015's I Cry When I Laugh with a brand new collection, lead by new single 'I'll Be There'.
To help her out, Glynne has called in some big name production talent, including John Legend/Demi Lovato frequent collaborator Toby Gad, hitmaker supreme Starsmith, Olly Murs' key man Steve Mac, One Direction songsmith Julian Bunetta and Years and Years' producer Mark Ralph.
Glynne has already booked and largely sold out an arena tour to support the album, expect to come back with the songs to fill those cavernous rooms...
The beloved singer-songwriter goes solo for a fourth time this week with lighter LP Love Is Magic.
The follow-up to 2015's bleak Grey Tickles, Black Pressure, the album sees Grant exploring the concept of love over a backdrop featuring more synths and electronics than ever before.
Grant has co-produced the album alongside Midlake’s Paul Alexander.
The Rage Against The Machine axeman unveils his latest solo effort, which comes with a series of star-studded guests.
Rappers Big Boi, Killer Mike, K. Flay are joined by Mumford & Sons' Marcus Mumford, Steve Aoki, Rise Against’s Tim McIlrath and Portugal. The Man in lending a hand.
The Scottish collective re-release their 1994 fourth album this week.
Originally, the band recorded the LP in Memphis’ Ardent Studios with producer Tom Dowd and the Muscle Shoals rhythm section, but decided against releasing them.
Now, after the tapes were discovered in a box in guitarist Andrew Innes’ basement, they are re-releasing them.
The Thin White Duke's spell from 1983 and 1988 is brought together in this lavish new box set.
Included in the box set is a brand new production of the 1987 album Never Let Me Down by Mario McNulty and a series of Bowie's long-time collaborators.
Rupert Everett has been developing this passion project about the latter days of Oscar Wilde for the last few years and it finally arrives on DVD this week.
The movie sees Everett on writing, directing and starring duty with Colin Firth, Colin Morgan, Emily Watson and Edwin Thomas among the supporting cast.
The film begins in Paris and follows Wilde, now in his forties, penniless and in poor health after just being released from prison over his love affair with Lord Alfred ‘Bosie’ Douglas.
Determined to remain true to himself, the film follows Wilde through the final act of his life, his relationships with his lover, his estranged wife and his long-time friends and his journeys from England to France and Italy.
Toby Kebbell, Maggie Grace and True Blood's Ryan Kwanten come together for this action thriller.
The movie begins with news that a deadly hurricane is heading for Alabama and manadatory emergency evacuation is underway.
Attempting to take advantage of the situation, a group of thieves plan a massive heist against the US Treasury.
The only people who can stop them? A meteorologist, the only Treasury agent left standing and a wayward drifter.
DC Comics' beloved John Constantine, a demon hunter and occult detective, is brought to life in this new animated five-parter.
The story begins with the daughter of Constantine's old friend Chas Chandler falling into a coma. Desperate for help, Chandler asks Constantine to investigate the mystery and discovers her soul has been stolen by evil forces.
David Boreanaz, Max Thieriot, Jessica Paré, Neil Brown Jr., A. J. Buckley and Toni Trucks line-up for this hard-hitting military drama.
The group play Bravo Team, the most elite unit of Navy SEALs, who plan and undertake dangerous missions with little notice and gut-wrenching consequences.
Tom Selleck and Donnie Wahlberg are back for an eighth run in this police procedural.
The story follows the Reagan family, all of whom are involved in law enforcement and often clash in the line of duty...