This Week's New Albums: February 26th 2016
The 1975, Anthrax, Raleigh Ritchie and Mackelmore & Ryan Lewis are among the artists with albums out this week.
The 1975 - I like it when you sleep, for you are so beautiful yet so unaware of it
The big-selling rockers return with their second album, complete with hit singles 'Love Me' and 'The Sound', click here to read our full preview.
Raleigh Ritchie - You're A Man Now, Boy
The soul singer, best known from his role as Grey Worm in Game Of Thrones, unveils his debut album this week. Click here to read our interview with Ritchie.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - This Unruly Mess I've Made
The hip-hop duo follow up 2012's hugely successful The Heist with a brand new LP, click here to read our full preview.
School Of Seven Bells - SVIIB
Full Time Hobby
The pop trio release their fourth and final album, released posthumously after the tragic death of guitarist Benjamin Curtis.
Anthrax - For All Kings
The metal veterans unveil their 11th studio album and their first for five years. Click here to read our interview with the band.
Santigold - 99 Cents
The quirky R&B star releases her third studio album and her first since 2012. Click here to read our interview with her.
Jeremy Loops - Trading Change
The South African troubadour releases his debut album physically for the first time today.
MOTHXR - Centerfold
Gossip Girl Penn Badgley unveils the full-length effort from his electro project today.
Various Artists - Cream Anthems 2016
New State Music
Dancefloor fillers from Diplo, Phillip George, Duke Dumont, WSTRN and Disciples are among the tracks to feature on this two-disc compilation.
Yashin - The Renegades
The Scottish hard rockers unveil their third studio LP.
Various Artists - Magic: The Album
Sony Music TV
Massive hits from Robbie Williams, Bruno Mars, Kylie Minogue, Take That and more are packed into this three-disc compilation of sing-a-long classics.
The Dirty Nil - Higher Power
The Ontario power punks drop their first full-lenght effort this week.
Steve Mason - Meet The Humans
Double Six Records
The Beta Band mainman unveils his brand new solo effort.
Yuck - Stranger Things
The fuzzed up British rockers return with a brand new line-up and brand new album.
Christine and the Queens - Chaleur Humaine
French singer-songwriter and actress Heloise Letissier and her band unveil their Elton John approved debut album.