Following an entertaining halloween, we move into the penultimate month of 2017 with the return of one of hip hop’s finest groups. After seven years, the Pharrell Williams featuring N.E.R.D. return with a new single, Lemon, which features the one and only Rihanna. Making a move for album of the year this week is the hugely talented Sam Smith, who releases his second studio record The Thrill Of It All, three years after the release of his world-conquering debut.
As we approach the summer, it seems as if celebrations are in order. The exam season is coming to an end for students, Glastonbury is just around the corner and a host of artists have just released new music for everyone to enjoy. Leading this week’s stunning collection of tracks are The Killers, who return for the first time since 2012 with The Man. Arcade Fire continue their preparation ahead of the release of upcoming album Everything Now, with the release of Creature Comfort.
The virtual band created by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett are back to celebrate the end of the world in style.
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.
This week’s music releases were dominated by highly anticipated new albums from the likes of The Chainsmokers, Father John Misty, The Big Moon and many more but that doesn’t take any credit away from the callable of new singles. Their are continuous surges towards excellence from many returning artists whilst new musicians are slowly breaking their way through into the spotlight. Here are our track’s of the week with in depth reviews.
There are specific dates in the year that people remember as being key in terms of music releases and today sees the first huge release date with big album and single releases. The Chainsmokers release their hugely anticipated debut album Memories…Do Not Open whilst alternative cult star Father John Misty releases album Pure Comedy.
Each week we are given a huge selection of brilliant new releases that it seems impossible for the following week to top. Last week we were gifted to the comeback of Kasabian and Frank Ocean – two world defying artists in their own rights. However, this week seems to top that, with an eclectic mix of new tracks. Here are our tracks of the week with in depth reviews: