This Week's New Albums: May 27th 2016
Catfish and the Bottemen, Fifth Harmony, Architects and Band Of Skulls are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Catfish and the Bottlemen - The Ride
The rising indie rockers unveil their second full-length effort, complete with hit single 'Soundcheck'. Click here to read our interview with the band.
Fifth Harmony - 7/27
The big-selling girlband unveil their second album, which features hit single 'Work From Home' and guest spots from Missy Elliott and Ty Dolla $ign. Click here to read our full preview.
Architects - All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us
The Brighton metalcore titans release their seventh studio album this week, with a special edition coming out exclusively with hmv. Click here to read our interview with the band.
Band Of Skulls - By Default
The hard rockers drop their fourth LP this week, an album produced by Gil Norton (Foo Fighters/Pixies). Click here to read our interview with the band.
Clare Maguire - Stranger Things Have Happened
The pop songstress unveils the long-awaited follow-up to her 2011 debut LP Light After Dark.
Kristin Kontrol - X-Communicate
The Dum Dum Girls singer goes it alone on this new electro project, click here to find out more details.
Lacuna Coil - Delirium
The Italian goth-metallers unveil album number eight this week.
Various Artists - Chilled Electronic 80s
Ministry Of Sound
Mega hits from Gary Numan, New Order and Pet Shop Boys are among the 60 tracks which feature on this three-disc collection of the 1980s' best chilled eletro.
Gold Panda - Good Luck And Do Your Best
The electro whizz unveils his third studio album this week, his first for new label City Slang.
Beth Orton - Kidsticks
The quirky singer-songwriter returns with her sixth studio album and her first for four years, it is produced by F**k Buttons' Andrew Hung.
Thrice - To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere
The emo experimentalists unveil their ninth studio album and their first since they reunited after a lengthy hiatus.
Pup - The Dream Is Over
The Canadian firebrand punks drop their second LP this week.
Holy F**k - Congrats
The Canadian electro collective unveil their first new album in six years.
Flume - Skin
The producer, who has remixed the likes of Lorde, Sam Smith, Arcade Fire and Disclosure, returns with his second solo album this week.
Malcolm Middleton - Summer Of '13
The former Arab Strap frontman releases his first album for seven years and the sixth solo album of his career.