This Week's New Albums: October 27th 2017
Stereophonics, Gregory Porter and Michael Ball and Alfie Boe are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Stereophonics - Scream Above The Sounds
It's now been 25 years and counting for the hugely successful Welsh rockers and they celebrate with the release of their 10th studio album.
Recorded with long-time collaborator Jim Lowe, the album is the band's first with new drummer Jamie Morrison on full-time drum duties.
Michael Ball & Alfie Boe - Together Again
After the massive success of 2016's Together, Boe and Ball unite once again for a second album of collaborations.
This time the pair take on 14 beloved tunes, including 'New York New York', 'White Christmas' and 'Bring Me Sunshine'.
Kelly Clarkson - Meaning Of Life
The singer has a new label and a new direction for her eighth studio album, which includes hit singles 'Love So Soft' and 'Move You'.
The album sees Clarkson collaborating with super producer Greg Kurstin as well as singer-songwriter James Morrison.
Weezer - Pacific Daydream
The beloved rockers waste no time in following up 2016's The White Album with this new LP, which features new hit 'Feels Like Summer'.
For this album, frontman Rivers Cuomo works with an array of producers, including Jonny Coffer, J.R. Rotem, Toby Gad and Butch Walker.
Skrapz - Different Cloth
The rapper, who started off as a grime MC as part of the group SLK, drops his latest solo effort this week.
Carly Pearce - Every Little Thing
The much-fancied country popstar finally unveils her debut LP this week.
Rachel Platten - Waves
The songstress, best known for her hit single 'Fight Song', roars back with a fourth full-length effort this week.
Makeout - The Good Life
The new Rise Records signings and hotly-tipped pop-punkers aim high with their debut album, which arrives this week.