This Week's New Albums: July 14th 2017
Oh Wonder, The Vamps, Mura Masa and Waxahaatchee are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Oh Wonder - Ultralife
The electropop duo follow up their much-loved self-titled debut LP with a second full-length effort.
Written in New York and London and recorded in the pair’s home studio, the album sees the duo expand and experiment while keeping the hypnotic soundscapes that made so many people fall in love with their debut album.
Mura Masa - Mura Masa
The German DJ enlists A$AP Rocky, Charli XCX, NAO, Jamie Liddell and Christine And The Queens for his debut LP, which features hit single ‘What If I Go?’.
The Vamps - Night & Day
The pop rockers unveil the first half of their Night & Day two-part album series, starting with darker collection Night.
This album features hit singles 'All Night' and 'Hands' and includes collaborations with Matoma, Martin Jensen and Sabrina Carpenter.
Dayseeker - Dreaming Is Sinking /// Waking Is Rising
The California post-hardcore types reveal their third full-length effort this week.
Waxahatchee - Out in the Storm
Katie Crutchfield drops her fourth studio album this week, channelling the pain of a bad break-up into a series of searing new songs.
Joe McElderry - Saturday Night at the Movies
The X-Factor champ takes on hits from The Monkees, Aerosmith, Bryan Adams and Ronan Keating as he covers 14 classics from the soundtracks to hit movies.
Silverstein - Dead Reflection
The Canadian emo fivesome drop their ninth studio album this week, an LP produced by newcomer Derek Hoffman.
Flaunt - Spectra
Electropop duo Justin Jennings and Joseph Vitterito drop a brand new collection this week.
Offa Rex - The Queen Of Hearts
English folk star Olivia Chaney teams up with sprawling rockers The Decemberists for this collaboration, which draws heavily on the classic folk of Sandy Denny and Fairport Convention.
RAC - EGO
Portland via Portugal Grammy-
The Dears - Times Infinity Volume Two
The heartswelling Canadian collective unveil the second half of their Times Infinity album series.
Boris - Dear
The prolific Japanese prog trio drop their 23rd full-length effort this week.