This Week's New Albums: September 14th 2018
Paul Weller, Pale Waves and Jungle are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Paul Weller - True Meanings
The Modfather continues his prolific recent form with True Meanings, his third album in the past four years.
The LP is the 14th solo album of Weller's career and the 26th of his career in all.
The album is a departure for Weller from his recent work, with the jerky krautrock left behind and dreamy, 60s pop inspired taking centre stage.
The Zombies' Rod Argent, Lucy Rose, White Label’s Tom Doyle and Noel Gallagher all guest on the album.
Jungle - For Ever
The mysterious London duo finally follow-up their hugely acclaimed 2014 debut album next month with For Ever.
Initially, Tom McFarland and Josh Lloyd-Watson headed to Los Angeles to write and record their second LP, but after difficult adjusting and the demise of their long-term relationships, the pair returned to London.
They've described the new album as "post-apocalyptic radio station playing break up songs".
Tony Bennett and Diana Krall - Love Is Here to Stay
The Canadian songstress teams up for the iconic crooner for this joint album.
Among the classics covered by the pair are 'Nice Work If You Can Get It', 'S Wonderful' and 'They Can't Take That Away From Me'.
Orbital - Monsters Exist
The dance titans drop their ninth studio album this week, their first since 2012's Wonky.
The LP features nine tracks and a guest appearance from Professor Brian Cox.
Ben Chatwin - Drone Signals
Chatwin, who has previously performed under the name Talvihorros, releases a new collection of ambient electronica.
Richard Thompson - 13 Rivers
The folkster, best known for his time with Fairport Convention, unveils his new studio album.
Thompson self-produces, working with regular collaborators Michael Jerome, Taras Prodaniuk and Bobby Eichorn.
Carrie Underwood - Cry Pretty
Virgin EMI Records
The country superstar releases her sixth studio album, her first since 2015's Storyteller.
The album features hit single 'Cry Pretty' as well as a guest appearance from Ludacris.
Good Charlotte - Generation Rx
BMG Rights Management
The pop-punks, led by the Madden Brothers, drop their seventh studio album this week.
Produced by Zakk Cervini and Benji Madden, the album sees the album returning to their pop-punk roots.
Low - Double Negative
The quirky Minnesota indie types drop their 12th studio album this week, the follow-up to 2015's Ones and Sixes.
The album was produced by long-time collaborator BJ Burton and recorded at Justin Vernon’s April Base studio in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
Ghetts - Ghetto Gospel: The New Testament
The grime MC drops his new album this week.
Among the collaborators on the album are Stefflon Don, Wretch 32, Chip and Leah McFall.
Monster Truck - True Rockers
The Canadian hard rockers roar back with a third full-length effort this week, an album made by Young Guns/Enter Shikari man Dan Weller and recorded at Echo Mountain Studios in Asheville, North Carolina.
David Guetta - 7
The superstar DJ makes it seven albums and counting this week.
Among the tracks included are hit singles '2U', 'Goodbye' and 'Dirty Sexy Money'.
Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Bebe Rexha, Sia, Anne-Marie, Jess Glynne and Stefflon Don are among the vocalists to feature.
Thrice - Palms
The reunited post-hardcore foursome drop album number 10, the follow-up to 2016's To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere.
The album was co-produced by the band and Eric Palmquist and mixed by John Congleton.
Dawn Landes - Meet Me at the River
The Kentucky singer-songwriter unveils a new collection, an LP recorded with Nashville legend Fred Foster.