This Week's New Albums: October 20th 2017
Jessie Ware, Niall Horan, George Michael and Trivium are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Jessie Ware - Glasshouse
The sultry singer unveils her third studio album this week, the follow-up to 2014’s hit Tough Love.
For her third LP Ware has recruited some pop heavyweights with Benny Blanco, Ryan Tedder and Samuel Preston all helping on various tracks.
The album includes new hit single ‘Selfish Love’ and 11 other tracks, including a collaboration with The Blue Nile’s Paul Buchanan.
Niall Horan - Flicker
The One Direction man becomes the third member of the all-star boyband to unveil his debut solo album.
Influenced more by the likes of Fleetwood Mac and The Eagles than the bubblegum pop of his early career, this album sees Horan working with a team of super producers, including Adele/Sia man Greg Kurstin.
George Michael - Listen Without Prejudice
Sony Music CMG
The sadly departed singer's second solo album gets a lavish re-release this week, complete with a series of extra deep cuts, including his MTV Unplugged performance.
Trivium - The Sin and the Sentence
The metallers return to the extreme metal stylings of their earlier years on this, their eighth studio album and their first with new drummer Alex Bent.
Nahko - My Name Is Bear
Side One Dummy Records
The Hawaiian singer-songwriter returns this week with a brand new studio LP.
Brand New - Science Fiction
It's been eight years since the beloved Long Islanders previous LP, but they roar back this week with a searing new album, widely expected to be their last.
Sons of Apollo - Psychotic Symphony
Former Dream Theater man Mike Portnoy, ex-Guns N'Roses man Rob 'Bumblefoot' Thal and one-time Journey singer Jeff Scott Soto all come together for this new supergroup and unveil their debut album this week.
Darius Rucker - When Was the Last Time
It's now six albums and counting for the former Hootie And The Blowfish frontman, now reinvented as a country superstar.
Vuur - In This Moment We Are Free: Cities
Dutch metal legend Anneke van Giersbergen's new project return this week with a brand new album.
Lucinda Williams - This Sweet Old World
Highway 20 Records
The country icon re-releases her classic 1992 album with a string of bonus features and re-mastered tracks.
Lisa McHugh - Who Am I
The Scottish/Irish songstress unveils her brand new album this week.
Ane Brun - Leave Me Breathless
The eccentric Norwegian singer-songwriter makes it eight albums and counting this week.
Margo Price - All American Made
Third Man Records
The firebrand country singer drops her much-anticipated second album this week.
Paul Van Dyk - From Then On
The superstar DJ recruits the likes of Vincent Corver, Jordan Suckley and Fred Baker for his latest studio collection.