February 17, 2016

hmv.com previews... 10 of March's Best Albums
by Tom

by Tom Goodwyn

hmv London; 17/02/2016


hmv.com Editor. Peanut butter, punk rock and pillows.

hmv.com previews... 10 of March's Best Albums

hmv.com previews 10 of the most exciting albums that will be hitting shelves in March....

You can pre-order each of them by clicking on the relevant buy button. 

This Is What the Truth Feels Like

Gwen Stefani - This Is What The Truth Feels Like

Out March 18th

The No Doubt singer releases her third solo album and her first for a decade, including hit singles 'Make Me Like You' and 'Used To Love You'. 


Alessia Cara - Know-It-All

Out March 11th

The hotly tipped and whipsmart singer-songwriter unveils her debut album this month, complete with smash-hit single 'Here'. 


Tonight Alive - Limitless

Out March 4th

The Australian pop punks are aiming for arenas on their third studio album, which features singles 'Human Interaction' and 'How Does It Feel?'. 


Primal Scream - Chaosmosis

Out March 18th

The Scottish rockers rope in Haim, Rachel Zeffira and Sky Ferreira to help out on their 11th studio album. 

Distance Inbetween

The Coral - Distance Inbetween

Out March 4th

The indie psychedelic favourites unveil their first new album in six years. 


Brian Fallon - Painkillers

Out March 11th

The Gaslight Anthem frontman goes it alone for the first time on this new album. 


Ben Abraham - Sirens

Out March 4th

The Canadian troubadour unveils his first full-length effort, click here for more about him. 

The Black

Asking Alexandria - The Black

Out March 25th

The metal firebrands offer up their first LP with new singer Denis Stoff and the fourth album of their career to date. 

You & I

Jeff Buckley - You & I

Out March 11th

A collection of the iconic singer's unreleased tracks is compiled for this new release, with covers of classics from Led Zeppelin, The Smiths and Sly and The Family Stone among the songs to feature. 

Post Pop Depression

Iggy Pop - Post Pop Depression

Out March 18th

The Stooges mainman teams ups with Queens Of The Stone Age's Josh Homme and Arctic Monkeys' drummer Matt Helders for their downbeat new album. Click here for more information.