The legendary ABBA returns with Voyage, their first studio album in 40 years. The Swedish quartet’s ninth and final studio album contains ten new tracks written by group members Benny Andersson and Björn Ulvaeus, including the singles ‘I Still Have Faith in You’, ‘Don't Shut Me Down’ and ‘Just a Notion’.
Iconic American singer Diana Ross, releases her 25th studio album by Thank You. It marks Ross' first studio album since 2006's I Love You, and the first album of original material since 1999's Every Day Is a New Day. It was produced by Jack Antonoff.
Byron Bay-formed, Berlin-based band Parcels release their second album, Day/Night. It comes three years on from their self-titled debut and features the singles ‘Free’, ‘Comingback’ and ‘Somethinggreater’
American indie act Snail Mail return with Valentine. It’s the second album from the project lead by singer-songwriter Lindsey Jordan, coming as the followup to 2018’s Lush.
Welsh heavy metal band Bullet For My Valentine release their self-titled seventh album. The band’s first album since Gravity (#10 Jul. ‘18) includes the singles ‘Knives’, ‘Parasite’ and ‘Shatter’.
British artist James Arthur releases his fourth studio album, It'll All Make Sense in the End. It’s his follow-up to You (#23 Oct. ‘19) and includes the singles ‘Medicine’ and ‘September’.
Radiohead mark two decades of Kid A (#2 Oct. ‘00) and Amnesiac (#2 Jun. ‘01) with the reissue package Kid A Mnesia. The releases also includes a third disc, Kid Amnesiae, comprising previously unreleased material from the recording sessions of both albums.
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