This Week's New Albums: January 27th 2017
Deaf Havana, Lucy Spraggan, Kehlani and Train are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Deaf Havana - All These Countless Nights
Deaf Havana with their first album in four years and their first as a five-piece, featuring new single 'Trigger'.
Lucy Spraggan - I Hope You Don't Mind Me Writing...
The singer-songwriter returns with her fourth studio album this week, an album which sees her tackling growing up, dementia and more hard-hitting lyrical subjects.
Kehlani - SweetSexySavage
The heavily tipped R&B songstress unveils her long-awaited debut album, an LP that includes hit singles ‘Distraction’ and ‘CRZY’.
Greywind - Afterthoughts
The powerhouse brother and sister rock duo unveil their debut album today.
Train - A Girl A Bottle A Boat
The big-selling rockers, best known for their hit 'Drops Of Jupiter', unveil their eighth studio album this week, their first album without lead guitarist and founding member Jimmy Stafford.
Ty Segall - Ty Segall
Drag City Records
The eccentric troubadour unveils his ninth studio LP, an album recorded with regular collaborators, Mikal Cronin, Charles Moothart and Emmett Kelly.
Aquilo - Silhouettes
The dream pop duo collaborate with Ólafur Arnalds and SOHN on their much-anticipated debut album.
My Dynamite - Otherside
The Australian melodic rockers unveil their latest LP this week.
Krokus - Big Rocks
The Swiss heavy metallers drop their first new album in four years this week, an album that sees them covering the likes of Queen, The Who, Led Zeppelin and more.
The Move - Magnetic Waves of Sound: The Best of the Move
The Move's biggest hits are gathered together on this lavish new collection which also includes a bonus DVD of 21 television appearances from between 1967 and 1970 and a short film named I Can Hear the Grass Grow.
Various Artists - Acoustic Café 2
Mellow cuts from James Arthur, Olly Murs, Louisa Johnson and One Direction are among the tracks gathered on this new two-disc acoustic collection.
The Proper Ornaments - Foxhole
The London indie types unveil their second album this week.
Various Artists - NEW GEN
XL Recordings bring together the best of the UK's underground grime and rap scenes on this new compilation.
Japandroids - Near To The Wild Heart Of Life
The Canadian alt-rock duo return with their first new album in five years.