This Week's New Albums: April 21st 2017
Imelda May, Steps, Texas and Ray Davies are amongst those with new albums out this week...
Imelda May – Life Love Flesh Blood
The Irish singer-songwriter returns with her fifth album today, which includes her recent single 'Black Tears', a collaboration with legendary guitarist Jeff Beck.
Steps – Tears on the Dancefloor
Steps are back with their fifth album today, their first since 2012's collection of Christmas-themed covers Light Up the World and their first album full of original material in 17 years, which contains their recent single 'Scared of the Dark'.
Ray Davies – Americana
Sony Music CMG
Two years on from releasing a memoir about his life with his former band The Kinks, Ray Davies returns with his fifth solo album, Americana, with songs based on the themes of the book.
Texas – Jump On Board
The Glaswegian pop-rock stalwarts return with their ninth studio album today and we spoke to lead singer Sharleen Spiteri to get the lowdown on the new record.
Incubus - 8
Virgin EMI Records
Californian nu-metal survivors Incubus are back with their eighth studio album, produced and mixed by none other than Sonny Moore, better known to most as Skrillex.
Maximo Park – Risk to Exist
Newcastle alt-rockers Maximo Park release their sixth studio album today and we caught up with the band for a chat about working on their new record.
While She Sleeps – You Are We
While She Sleeps
Sheffield metalcore band While She Sleeps unleash their third album today.
Kendrick Lamar – Damn
Kendrick Lamar follows up his critically-acclaimed To Pimp a Butterfly with his fourth studio album, Damn, which arrived digitally last week but is now available on CD too.
Sheryl Crow – Be Myself
Warner Bros Records
The singer-songwriter returns with her ninth album this week.
Barry Manilow – This Is My Town: Songs of New York
The legendary crooner returns with his latest album this week, filled with songs that pay tribute to his home city.
Cast – Kicking Up the Dust
The Liverpudlians release their second album since reforming in 2010 and their sixth overall, which lands on the shelves in stores today.
Robyn Hitchcock – Robyn Hitchcock
Former Soft Boys frontman Robyn Hitchcock is back with his 21st studio album this week. The self-titled album arrives in stores today.
Brad Paisley – Love and War
Sony Music CMG
The American country music star returns this week with his 12th studio album, which includes guest appearances from Mick Jagger, Timbaland and Creedence Clearwater Revival's John Fogerty.