This Week's New Albums - March 9, 2015

This Week's New Albums: March 9th 2015
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This Week's New Albums: March 9th 2015

Madonna, Cancer Bats, Rebecca Ferguson, Blue and Marc Almond are among the artists with new albums out this week.

(All the albums are available in our digital store, click here to check it out). 


Madonna - Rebel Heart

The queen of pop returns with a brand new collection which includes hit single 'Living For Love', click here to read our full preview. 


Cancer Bats - Searching For Zero

The Canadian punks follow up their much-loved Dead Set On Living album with a brand new collection, their first for major label Sony. Read our interview with the band here. 


Rebecca Ferguson - Lady Sings The Blues

The X-Factor runner-up takes on Billie Holiday's classic album, read our interview with her here. 


Lieutenant U.S. - If I Kill This Thing We're All Going To Eat For A Week

Foo Fighters bassist Nate Mendel releases his debut solo album this week, click here to read our interview with him. 


Blue - Colours

The boyband release a brand new collection this week, complete with covers of 'If You Don't Know Me By Now' and 'Hang On In There Baby'. The band will be signing live in hmv stores across the week, click here to find more details. 


Matthew E White - Fresh Blood

The singer-songwriter follows up his acclaimed debut Big Inner with a brand new album this week. 


Marc Almond - The Velvet Trail

The Soft Cell frontman unveils his latest solo collection this week. 


The Answer - Raise A Little Hell

The Northern Irish hard rockers release their fifth studio album this week. 


The Skints - FM

The reggae punks drop their brand new studio album today. 


Laura Welsh - Soft Control

Fresh from her appearance on the 50 Shades Of Grey soundtrack, the much-tipped singer-songwriter releases her debut album. Check back later this week to read our interview with her. 


Also Out This Week

There are new albums from Show Slow, Tom Paxton, Moonspell, Joan Baez and A Forest Of Stars. 

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