This Week's New Albums: July 29th 2016
Billy Talent, NAO, Viola Beach and Chvrches are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Billy Talent - Afraid Of Heights
The Canadian firebrands unveil their fifth studio album this week. Click here to read our interview with the band.
NAO - For All We Know
The sultry songstress unveils her debut full-length effort this week.
Chvrches - Every Open Eye (Extended Edition)
The Scottish electro trio's second album gets a lavish re-release, complete with eight extra tracks, including 'Warning Call' from the Mirror's Edge Catalyst soundtrack and a new version of 'Bury It' with Paramore's Hayley Williams.
Various Artists - 80s XL
Sony Music CMG
Massive hits from Michael Jackson, Duran Duran, Tina Turner and The Bangles are among the cuts that feature on this 80-track, four disc compilation of 80s hits.
Rooney - Washed Away
The surf pop rockers unveil their sixth studio album and their first for six years. Click here to get inside frontman Robert Schwartzman's record collection.
Twin River - Passing Shade
Light Organ Records
The Vancouver alt-pop collective drop their debut LP this week.
Chicane - Twenty
The big-selling DJ celebrates 20 years of hits with his new 'Greatest Hits' collection.
Various Artists - Recover
Ministry Of Sound
Ministry Of Sound's latest collection is a chilled one, with slower cuts from the likes of Jess Glynne, James Morrison and Jessie Ware.
Viola Beach - Viola Beach
The Warrington indie band's debut album gets a posthumous release after their tragic deaths earlier this year. Click here to read a tribute to them from their friends in Blossoms.
Descendents - Hypercaffium Spazzinate
The beloved punks unveil their seventh studio album and their first for 12 years.
Jake Owen - American Love
The country troubadour releases his fifth LP this week.
Chris Robinson Brotherhood - Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel
The former Black Crowes mainman releases his fourth album with his new blues project.