This Week's New Albums: March 4th 2016
Tonight Alive, The Coral, Polica and The Feeling are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Tonight Alive - Limitless
The Australian pop punks unveil their third full-length effort, complete with singles 'Human Interaction' and 'Drive', click here to read our interview with the band.
The Coral - Distance Inbetween
The beloved psychedelic rockers return with their first new album since their reformation. Click here to read our interview with the band.
Poliça - United Crushers
The electro experimentalists return with their third full-length effort this week.
Låpsley - Long Way Home
The hotly tipped singer-songwriter unveils her debut album this week.
The Feeling - The Feeling
Little World Records
The pop hitmakers return with their fifth studio album and their first for their own Little World Records.
The Struts - Everybody Wants
The British hard rockers reissue their debut album Everybody Wants with five brand new songs.
M. Ward - More Rain
The guitarist, who is part of Monsters of Folk and one half of She & Him, unveils his brand new studio album this week.
Wintersleep - The Great Detachment
The Canadian rockers return with their first new album in four years.
Ray LaMontagne - Ouroboros
The singer-songwriter collaborates with My Morning Jacket's Jim James on his epic new album.
Various Artists - Old Skool
Ministry Of Sound
Tracks from Justin Timberlake, Craig David, R. Kelly and Usher feature on this three-disc compilation of old skool tunes.
Violent Femmes - We Can Do Anything
The iconic rock trio return with their first new album in 16 years.
Hacktivist - Outside The Box
WE ARE UNIFIED
Enter Shikari's Rou Reynolds and Heart Of A Coward's Jamie Graham are among the guests on the debut album from the electro rap metallers.
Kano - Made In The Manor
PLG UK Frontline
The Grime MC returns with his first album in six years, an album that includes guest spots from JME and Blur's Damon Albarn.
Miike Snow - iii
The Swedish indie pop types return with their third LP, which features a guest spot from Charli XCX.
Roo Panes - Paperweights
The British singer-songwriter, who spent much of last year supporting Rae Morris, drops his second album this week.