The Release Radar 28/04/17: HAIM, Imagine Dragons, Foster the People and more

As we approach May, we are gifted with an incredible selection of new music to round April off in style. Leading this week are a surprising amount of artists with Haim returning for the first time since 2013 with new track Right Now. Imagine Dragons release Thunder, the second track from their upcoming third album.

Legendry French indie band Phoenix make a return for the first time since 2013 with J- Boy. Electro pop favourites Foster The People return with not one but three new tracks in Pay the Man, Doing It for the Money and S.H.C whilst alternative icon PJ Harvey releases two tracks in A Dog Called Money and I’ll Be Waiting.

Katy Perry drops a new track with Migos called Bon Appetite and Tropical House DJ Kygo teams up with pop superstar Ellie Goulding on First Time whilst The Vamps make a return with Middle Of The Night, a collaboration with Martin Jensen. Rock giants Fall Out Boy return with the first track from their upcoming seventh album Young and Menace.

Rising indie band The Sherlocks release Chasing Shadows whilst The Japanese House release Saw You in a Dream. The harmonising Oh Wonder release yet another track from their upcoming second album with My Friends. Sensationally emotional Luke Sital-Singh returns with another new track in Oh My God.

Frank Ocean releases Lens whilst upcoming grime artist Lady Leshurr releases Mode. The legendary Sean Paul teams up with Migos for track Body and Skip Marley, grandson to Bob releases Calm Down.

Steve Aoki teams up with DVBBS and 2 Chainz for Without U whilst dance legend Tiesto releases his collaboration with Sevenn called BOOM. Cashmere Cat makes a surprise collaboration with pop star Ariana Grande on new track Quit.

Gorillaz lead this week’s album releases with the highly anticipated Humanz, whilst other album releases come from Feist with Pleasure and Sylvan Esso releases What Now.

We hope you enjoy all the new releases that today has given you and we will bring you in depth reviews of our favourite tracks from this week in the coming days.

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