This Week's New Albums: August 11th 2014
The Feeder frontman goes it alone with his first solo release, Yorktown Heights, an album full of stripped-back and acoustic songs that includes the singles 'Soul Mates' and 'Time Stood Still'. You can watch our exclusive interview with Grant here, or check out his exclusive acoustic session for us at 363 Oxford Street here...
The all-conquering girl band release their Greatest Hits compilation this week, featuring some of their biggest tunes and also including three brand new tracks. Check out our feature on their best moments from their careers so far right here...
The Gaslight Anthem are back with their fifth album, Get Hurt. We gave it a spin last week, here's our track-by track guide to the new LP.
The boys from Colorado Springs return with their third album, Native.
The Irish singer has found time in between writing letters to Miley Cyrus to release her tenth – that's tenth – studio album this week, entitled I'm Not Bossy, I'm The Boss, and who are we to argue?
The band formed in Nottingham by Londoners Ben Romans-Hopcraft and Leo Dobse release their debut album, Lacuna.
Continuing in the same imaginatively-titled vein as her extend play releases EP1 and EP2, FKA Twigs releases her debut album, LP1.
Also out this week:
Dilate People return with new LP Directors Of Photography, Poter Robinson releases new album Worlds, Laura Mvula releases her live album ...with the Metropole Orchestra, Alex Clare releases new album Three Hearts, Bear Hands release their LP Distraction, Engineers return with latest offering Always Returning, Paul Gilbert drops Stone Pushing Uphill Man and Neon Trees release their new record Pop Psychology.
For more new releases check out our New & Trending page here