This Week's New Albums: September 8th 2017
Jack Johnson, Nothing But Thieves, Neil Young and Tori Amos are among the artists with new albums out this week.
Jack Johnson - All The Light Above It Too
Jack Johnson, best known for his 2003 album In Between Dreams, which sold a stupendous 15 million copies, returns with a new collection this month.
The album is the surf-loving singer-songwriter’s seventh and will be released by his own Brushfire label.
Nothing But Thieves - Broken Machine
The Southend fivesome follow-up their hit debut with a second full-length effort, this time recorded with 1975 producer Mike Crossey.
Tori Amos - Native Invader
The eccentric singer-songwriter returns this week with her 15th studio album, an LP heavily inspired by the natural world and recorded in rural Cornwall.
Neil Young - Hitchhiker
Warner Bros Records
The legendary Canadian troubadour releases Hitchhiker, an album recorded in 1976 in a single night, for the first time this week.
Sparks - Hippopotamus
BMG Rights Management
The offbeat pop rockers release their 25th studio album this week, their first since FFS, their collaboration with Franz Ferdinand.
Thomas Rhett - Life Changes
The much-fancied country star releases his third full-length effort this week, including hit single 'Craving You'.
For this album, Rhett recruits rising star Maren Morris and his father Rhett Akins for guest spots.
Superfood - Bambino
Newly signed to Dirty Hit, home of Wolf Alice and The 1975, the Britpop obsessed foursome come back firing with their new effort.
The National - Sleep Well Beast
The beloved rockers have been away for a little while, but return this week with a new LP produced by their own Aaron Dessner, Bryce Dessner and Matt Berninger.
Alvvays - Antisocialites
The Canadian dreampop troupe are back this week with their second album, an LP recorded with St Vincent/Blondie knob twiddler John Congleton.
Zola Jesus - Okovi
Sacred Bones Records
The off-the-wall songstress challenges us all once again with her fifth LP, which includes contributions from longtime collaborator Alex DeGroot, WIFE, Pedestrian Deposit’s Shannon Kennedy and percussionist Ted Byrnes.
Nick Mulvey - Wake Up Now
The one-time Portico Quarter man, now turned solo folkster, comes roaring back with a second LP.
Click here to read our interview with Mulvey.
Death From Above - Outrage! Is Now
The Canadian duo celebrate their successful reunion with a third full-length effort, an album produced by Queens Of The Stone Age/Good Charlotte man Eric Valentine.
Threshold - Legend Of The Shires
The ever-changing prog metallers are back with their 11th studio album this week.
Deerhoof - Mountain Moves
Joyful Noise Recordings
The alt-poppers waste no time, delivering their 14th album and third in four years.
Wye Oak's Jenn Wasner, Stereolab’s Læticia Sadier, Awkwafina, Juana Molina, Xenia Rubinos, and Matana Roberts all line-up to guest on the album.
Mount Kimbie - Love What Survives
Electro wizards Dominic Maker and Kai Campos recruit James Blake, King Krule and Micachu for their third studio album.