This Week's New Albums: October 7th 2016
Green Day, Kaiser Chiefs, Alter Bridge, Kate Tempest and Feeder are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Green Day - Revolution Radio
The iconic pop punks return with their first new album since their 2012 album trilogy ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré! and their first without producer Rob Cavallo. It features 12 tracks, including hit single 'Bang Bang'.
Kate Tempest - Let Them Eat Chaos
The spoken word artist follows up her much acclaimed 2014 debut Everybody Down with a brand new collection.
Kaiser Chiefs - Stay Together
The indie stalwarts unveil their sixth studio album this week, produced by Brian Higgins, best known for his work with New Order, Girls Aloud and Pet Shop Boys, and is probably best known as one-half of songwriting duo Xenomania.
One Republic - My Oh My
The big-selling pop rockers return with a brand new album, this time featuring collaborations with Peter Gabriel, Santigold and Casisus.
Feeder - All Bright Electric
Back together after pursuing solo projects, the rockers release their ninth studio LP this week.
Alter Bridge - The Last Hero
The arena-filling hard rockers are back with a new collection this week, complete with an hmv exclusive edition. The exclusive CD will come with an O-ring and poster.
Placebo - A Place For Us To Dream
The band unveil a brand new 'Greatest Hits' collection, complete with 36 tracks, including new single 'Jesus' Son'.
Barry Gibb - In The Now
Sony Music CMG
The Bee Gees unveils only his second solo album and his first of all new material since Bee Gees' final studio album This Is Where I Came In.
White Lies - Friends
The indie electro trio drop their fourth full-length effort this week.
Set It Off - Upside Down
The Florida pop punks release their third studio album this week.
Seasick Steve - Keepin' the Horse Between Me and the Ground
There's a Dead Skunk Records
The rootsy troubadour drops a brand new LP this week.
Various Artists - Annie Mac Presents...: 2016
The Radio 1 DJ's annual compilation of the year's best floorfillers hits shelves this week, this time featuring cuts from Major Lazer, Beyoncé, Disclosure and more.
Sum 41 - 13 Voices
The Canadian pop punks release their first studio album in five years.
C Duncan - The Midnight Sun
The electro experimentalist unveils the follow-up to his 2015 Mercury nominated debut Architect.
Various Artists - 80s Blockbusters
Ministry of Sound
Classic tracks from 1980s movie soundtracks like Top Gun, Flashdance and Footloose are compiled on this lavish three-disc collection.