This Week's New Albums: February 16th 2018
The Temperance Movement, Car Seat Headrest and Alela Diane are among the artists with new albums released this week.
Belle and Sebastian - How to Solve Our Human Problems (Parts 1-3)
The Scottish band led by Stuart Murdoch have been slipping out a series of EPs over the last few months but this week is the first time all three have been available in one collection. How to Solve Our Human Problems (Parts 1-3) compiles their recent series and arrives in stores today on CD and vinyl.
Car Seat Headrest - Twin Fantasy (Face To Face)
For their latest album, the always prolific Virginia foursome have offered up a complete re-recording and reworking of their sixth studio album Twin Fantasy.
U.S.Girls - In a Poem Unlimited
Meghan Remy makes it six albums and counting this week with the release of new LP In a Poem Unlimited.
Wild Beasts - Last Night All My Dreams Came True
The beloved Kendal foursome sign off with a live album, showcasing the finest moments of their career.
Senses Fail - If There Is Light, It Will Find You
Pure Noise Records
The New Jersey emocore types return this week with a brand new album, the seventh of their career to date.
Rejjie Snow - Dear Annie
BMG Rights Management
Irish hip-hop maestro Alexander Anyaegbunam moves up from mixtapes and into full-length LPs this week with the release of his debut album.
Letters from the Colony - Vignette
Sweden-based progressive extreme metal architects Letters From The Colony unveil their debut LP.
Loma - Loma
Cross Road's Emily Cross and Dan Duszynski come together with Shearwater's Jonathan Meiburg for this new project.
John Bramwell - Leave Alone the Empty Spaces
The former I Am Kloot frontman goes it alone on this debut solo LP.
Everything Is Recorded - Everything Is Recorded
XL Recordings boss Richard Russell recruits Peter Gabriel, Sampha, Ibeyi, Wiki and Kamasi Washington to help him with his debut LP.
Born Ruffians - Uncle, Duke & the Chief
Paper Bag Records
The Canadian indie trio unveil their fifth studio album this week.
Poliça and S t a r g a z e - Music for the Long Emergency
The electro firebrands team up with Berlin-based orchestral collective s t a r g a z e for this new collaboration.