This Week's New Albums: August 24th 2018
Interpol, Alice In Chains, Justice and White Denim are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Interpol - Marauder
The moody indie titans unveil their sixth full-length album next month, their first new LP since 2014’s El Pintor.
Produced by Tame Impala/Flaming Lips collaborator David Fridmann and recorded in remote upstate New York, marking the first time the band have worked with an outside producer since 2007.
The album will feature 13 tracks, including two interludes, and the band have promised their darkest record to date.
Alice in Chains - Rainier Fog
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The grunge icons unveil their sixth full-length effort, their first since 2013's The Devil Put The Dinosaurs Here and their third album with William DuVall as lead vocalist.
Recorded with Foo Fighters/Halestorm man Nick Raskulinecz, the LP is the first Alice in Chains album in 22 years to be recorded in their hometown of Seattle.
Lucie Silvas - E.G.O
The singer-songwriter, best known for her hits 'Breathe In' and 'What You're Made Of', returns with her fourth full-length effort.
Silvas' husband John Osborne of the country duo Brothers Osborne, produces the record.
The Amity Affliction - Misery
The Australian metalcore stalwarts unveil their sixth studio album, the follow-up to 2014's This Could Be Heartbreak.
White Denim - Performance
The funky Texan indie types return with their eighth studio album this week, an LP that sees them return to their straight-up rock'n'roll roots.
Justice - Woman Worldwide
Xavier de Rosnay and Gaspard Augé re-work a series of tracks from across their career on this new collection, including megahit 'D.A.N.C.E' and 'Audio, Video, Disco'.
Neil & Liam Finn - Lightsleeper
The Crowded House mainman and recently added member of Fleetwood Mac teams up with son Liam for this album of shuffling lo-fi indie.
Mick Fleetwood of Fleetwood Mac plays the drums, Sharon Finn is on bass, while Connan Mockasin guests on the album.
The Lemon Twigs - Go to School
Brian and Michael D’Addario follow up 2016's acclaimed Do Hollywood with a brand new collection and a guest appearance from Todd Rundgren.
The album is a quirky concept 15-track effort that follows a young chimpanzee named Shane as he comes to terms with the obstacles of life after being raised by his parents as a human boy.
Jeanne Galice, better known as soul singer Jain, continues her quest to combine Arabic and African rhythms with electronics and dance music on her second album.
Blood Orange - Negro Swan
Dev Hynes releases his latest solo effort, following up 2016's hugely acclaimed Freetown Sound with a new collection has written, produced and recorded himself.
A$AP Rocky, Steve Lacy and Ian Isiah are among the album's guests.
Stone Foundation - Everybody. Anyone
The hard-working rockers return this week with a new album, an album which continues their collaboration with Paul Weller. The LP was recorded at Weller’s Black Barn Studios and he plays on five of the album's tracks.
Kathryn Williams and Hamish Stuart both guest on the new LP.
Joey Dosik - Inside Voice
The funk and soul musician, best known as a member of Vulfpeck, goes it alone on this jazzy solo LP.
Andrew Bayer - In My Last Life
The Anjunabeats man goes epic on his third full-length effort.
Tunng - Songs You Make at Night
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The folktronica collective unveil their sixth studio album and their first new effort in five years.
This LP reunites founding members Sam Genders and Mike Lindsay and the rest of the Tunng original line-up for the first time since 2007’s Good Arrows.
William Prince - Earthly Days
The Canadian folk singer unveils the follow-up to his much-acclaimed debut Breathless this week.