This Week's New Albums: May 11th 2015
Róisín Murphy, The Fall, We Are The Ocean, Eric Clapton and Snoop Dogg are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Róisín Murphy - Hairless Toys
The one-time Moloko singer unveils her third studio album this week. Read our full preview here.
Eric Clapton - Forever Man
The iconic guitarist's greatest work is compiled into this two-disc collection, which also includes his collaborations with with B.B. King, Steve Winwood and J.J. Cale.
Thea Gilmore - Ghosts and Grafitti
The folk singer releases a 'Greatest Hits' compilation, including duets with Joan As Policewoman and John Cooper Clarke.
We Are The Ocean - ARK
The Essex rockers channel Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin on album number four. Click here to read our interview with the band.
Leonard Cohen: Can't Forget: A Souvenir Of The Grand Tour
The legendary singer's rehearsals from his Old Ideas have been recorded and presented for the first time. The album also includes two new songs ‘Never Gave Nobody Trouble’ and ‘Got a Little Secret’.
Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell - The Travelling Kind
The country stars team up once again for a new collection.
The Fall - Sub-Lingual Tablet
Mark E Smith and his eccentric band release their 31st studio album today.
Snoop Dogg - Bush
Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams and Gwen Stefani are among the guests on the controversial rapper's 13th studio album. Read our full preview here.
Tove Lo - Queen Of The Clouds
The Swedish pop sensation unveils her debut album, complete with hit singles 'Talking Body' and 'Time Bomb'.
Cathal Smyth - A Comfortable Man
The Madness man releases his debut solo album this week. He will sign copies at Fopp Covent Garden today (May 11th). Click here for more details.
Joanna Gruesome - Peanut Butter
The lo-fi Welsh foursome unveil their second studio album this week.
Also Out This Week
New albums from The Tallest Man On Earth, Ozric Tentacles, Nathan Carter, Sirenia, The Weepies, The Weather Station and Serpentine are all out this week.