This Week's New Albums: January 13th 2017
The xx, The Flaming Lips, One OK Rock and Bonobo are among the artists with new albums out this week.
The xx - I See You
The soulful pop trio unveil the long-awaited follow-up to 2012's Co-Exist, an album recorded between March 2014 and August 2016 in New York, Texas, Reykjavik, Los Angeles and London and produced by the band’s Jamie Smith with assistance from Rodaidh McDonald.
The Flaming Lips - Oczy Mlody
The beloved psychedelic types unveil the 15th studio album of their career, an album frontman Wayne Coyne has described as “Syd Barrett meets ASAP Rocky and they get trapped in a fairy tale from the future”.
One OK Rock - Ambitions
The Japanese pop rockers return with a brand new album this week, an LP which feeatures collaborations with 5 Seconds Of Summer and Avril Lavigne.
Bonobo - Migration
Simon Green releases his sixth album under his Bonobo moniker, this time with guest appearances from Nick Murphy (formerly Chet Faker), Rhye, Nicole Miglis and Innov Gnawa.
Various Artists - La La Land: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
The soundtrack to the hugely acclaimed musical gets a full release this week.
SOHN - Rennen
The electronic maestro unveils the follow-up to his much-acclaimed debut Tremors.
Wiley - Godfather
The grime superstar drops his 11th studio album and ropes in JME, Devlin, Skepta and P. Money to help him out.
Code Orange - Forever
The Pittsburgh metalcore types drop their full-length LP this week.
The Molochs - America's Velvet Glory
The garage rock duo return with their second full-length effort this week.
A Winged Victory For The Sullen - IRIS
The duo follow-up 2014's Atomos with a brand new collection of ambient wonder, created as the soundtrack for Jalil Lespert's film.
Rick Wakeman - Piano Portraits
The prog rocker takes on classics from The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, David Bowie and more on this new collection of piano covers.
Flo Morrissey & Matthew E. White - Gentlewoman, Ruby Man
The soul singer and the folk rocker team up for this joint album which sees them cover tracks by James Blake, the Velvet Underground, Frankie Valli, Frank Ocean, Leonard Cohen and more.
Pain Of Salvation - In the Passing Light of Day
The Swedish prog rockers unveil album number 10 this week.