This Week's New Albums: May 12th 2017
Paramore, Paul Weller, Harry Styles and the Zac Brown Band are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Paramore - After Laughter
The pop rockers unveil the long-awaited follow-up to their 2013 self-titled album, their first album since original drummer Zac Farro returned to the fold. The LP, which is produced once again by Jimmy Eat World/Beck producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen, features new singles 'Hard Times' and 'Told You So'.
Paul Weller - A Kind Revolution
After the spacey krautrock of Saturn’s Pattern, Weller returns to more everyday matters with A Kind Revolution.
A Kind Revolution was recorded at Weller's Black Barn Studios in Surrey and features 10 tracks in all. The album features a number of guest appearances from the likes of Robert Wyatt, Boy George and soul singers PP Arnold and Madeleine Bell.
Harry Styles - Harry Styles
The One Direction star unveils his debut solo album, which includes new hit single 'Sign Of The Times'.
The album sees Styles working with frequent Mark Ronson collaborator Jeff Bhasker and singer-songwriter Kid Harpoon.
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Big Scary Monsters
The power punk duo unveil their second full-length effort next month, an LP that sees them embrace much bigger choruses.
Zac Brown Band - Welcome Home
The country superstar unveils his fifth studio album, this time produced by Dave Cobb, best known for his work with Sturgill Simpson and Shooter Jennings.
Machine Gun Kelly - Bloom
The controversial rapper calls in some big collaborations for his third studio album, with former Fifth Harmony singer Camila Cabello, Hailee Steinfeld, James Arthur, Quavo and Ty Dolla $ign all featuring on the album.
Inglorious - Inglorious II
Nathan James's power metallers unveil their second full-length effort this week.
Seether - Poison The Parish
The South African metallers return with their seventh album, an LP that includes new single 'Let You Down'
Snakecharmer - Second Skin
Former Whitesnake/David Coverdale members Micky Moody and Neil Murray unveil the second LP from their new outfit Snakecharmer.
AFI's Davey Havok joins forces with No Doubt's Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont and Adrian Young for this new supergroup.
Cantus - Northern Lights
The 30-piece all-female Norwegian choir, best known for their contribution to the Frozen soundtrack, unveil their latest collection.
Luke Sital-Singh - Time Is A Riddle
The singer-songwriter unveils his second full-length LP, an album produced by Villagers' Tommy Mclaughlin.
Martha Tilston - Nomad
The folk singer unveils her latest collection this week.
L.A. Takedown - II
The synth pop experimentalists return this week with a brand new offering.