The start of the academic year, September is always an important month for everyone. Signalling the end of summer, which has been an especially brilliant one this year, 2017 moves into the Autumn with a great selection of new tracks. Leading this month’s releases is the iconic Paloma Faith, who returns for the first time since 2014 with Crybaby.
One of this century’s most important band’s, indie electronic pioneers LCD Soundsystem, return having formerly disbanded in 2011 with their fourth studio record American Dream. Maroon 5 team up with rising star SZA for What Lovers Do whilst global star Jason Derulo returns this week with a new song If I’m Lucky. The ever brilliant Jessie Ware releases Selfish Love ahead of her latest album. Frank Ocean makes a surprise release in Provider.
The National release their latest single Day I Die, ahead of next week’s album release whilst Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile team up for Over Everything. US rock due Death From Above 1979 bring out Holy Books. The gender fluid HMLTD release Satan, Luella & I whilst the marvellous Slotface release Backyard. Ten Tonnes releases Cracks Between whilst Pumarosa release My Gruesome Loving Friend.
Benjamin Francis Leftwich releases Rebellion (Lies) and Elli Ingram releases Stone Cold. Gregory Porter makes a long awaited return with Smile. Fink releases Not Everything Was Better In The Past.
Mr. Probz teams up with Anderon. Paak, one of the world’s most talented artists for new single Gone. Shy FX releases Chocolate, a collaboration with Breakage, Roses Gabor & Ghetts whilst Bicep bring out Vale. Galantis and ROZES team up for Girls On Boys.
Aside from LCD Soundsystem’s American Dream, the start of September sees album releases from The Script with Freedom Child and Mogwai with Every Country’s Son. INHEAVEN release their highly anticipated self-titled debut record and former teen protege Jake Bugg releases his fourth album titled Hearts That Strain.
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.