This Week's New Albums - September 25, 2015

This Week's New Albums: September 25th 2015
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This Week's New Albums: September 25th 2015

CHVRCHES, Diclosure, Swim Deep and New Order are among the artists with new albums out this week. 

(You can order any of the albums from our online store by clicking on the title and from our digital store, which is here). 


CHVRCHES - Every Open Eye

The Glaswegian trio return with their much-anticipated second LP complete with hit single 'Leave A Trace', click here to read our interview with the band. 


Disclosure - Caracal

The dance duo get help from The Weeknd, Kwabs, Gregory Porter and Lorde on their second full-length effort. Click here to read our full preview. 


New Order - Music Complete

The dance-pop veterans return after a 10-year gap with a brand new collection, their first without long-time bassist Peter Hook and their first with keyboardist Gillian Gilbert since 2001's Get Ready. Click here to read our full preview. 


Parkway Drive - Ire

The Australian hardcore metallers return with their fifth studio album and the follow-up to 2012's Atlas. 


Various Artists - Now That's What I Call Pop

Hit singles from Katy Perry, Little Mix, Bruno Mars, Sia and more feature on this two-disc compilation. 


David Bowie - Five Years: 1969 - 1973

The first of a series of newly released Bowie box sets, this 10-album/12-CD collection features all of the material officially released by Bowie from 1969 to 1973. 


Shane Filan - Right Here

The former Westlife heart-throb unveils his second solo album this week. 


Various Artists - Your Songs 2015

The Weeknd, Jason Derulo, Florence & the Machine and Carly Rae Jepsen feature on this two-disc collection of the year's biggest hits. 


The Dead Weather - Dodge And Burn

Jack White and Alison Mosshart's outfit release their third album and their first since 2010. 


No Devotion - Permanence

Five members of Lostprophets unite with Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly to form this dark indie group, they release their debut album today. 


Fetty Wap - Fetty Wap

The rapper, best known for his hit single 'Trap Queen', releases his self-titled debut album today. 


Various Artists - 100 Hits: Halloween

Five discs of timeless spooky tunes are compiled on this new release. 


Eyelids OR - 854

The indie supergroup, who feature members of The Decemberists, Guided By Voices and Stephen Malkmus's backing band The Jicks, unveil their debut album today. 


VV Brown - Glitch

The soul-pop singer releases her third studio album today. 


Don Henley - Cass County

The Eagles mainman unveils his new solo album, his first for 15 years. 


Blue Daisy - Darker Than Blue

The British electro whizz drops his new album today. 


Various Artists - Sources: The DJ International Records Anthology (Compiled By Bill Brewster)

Bill Brewster includes tracks form Frankie Knuckles and Fingers Inc on this lavish three-disc collection. 


Huntress - Static

The California metallers unveil their third studio album this week. 


U.S Girls - Half Free

Meg Remy's U.S Girls unveil their debut LP today. 


Various Artists - Mash-Up Mix

The Cut-Up Boys are let loose on tracks from the likes of Duke Dumont and Secondcity on this new two-disc compilation. 


Svalbard - One Day This Will End

The rising UK hardcore band unleash their debut album today. 


Gloryhammer - Space 1992: Rise Of The Chaos Wizards

The Scottish-Swiss epic power metal band goes intergalactic on their second album. 


Girl Band - Holding Hands With Jamie

The Dublin noise rockers unveil their second studio album today. 


Darkstar - Foam Island

The electro duo drop album number three this week. 


Kurt Vile - B'lieve I'm Goin' (Deep) Down...

The troubadour returns with his sixth solo LP. 


Silversun Pickups - Better Nature

Jacknife Lee produces the alternative rockers' fourth full-length effort. 


Graveyard - Innocence & Decadence

The Swedish hard rockers drop their fourth studio album today. 


Fever Ghost - Zirconium Meconium

The off-centre rockers unveil their new collection this week. 


Robin Schulz - Sugar

The dance maestro unveils his new album today. 

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