News 19 November 2021

#NewMusicFriday: Adele, Ladyhawke, Tiny Little Houses and more out now!

The return of Adele headlines the 19 November albums.

#NewMusicFriday: Adele, Ladyhawke, Tiny Little Houses and more out now!

British superstar Adele returns with her long-awaited album 30. It features her #1 single ‘Easy On Me’ which became her first appearance on the ARIA Singles Chart since ‘Water Under The Bridge’ (#23 Mar. ’17). 30 comes six years on from 25 (#1 Nov. ‘15), which spent eight weeks at the top of the chart.

New Zealand singer-songwriter Ladyhawke returns for the first time in 5 years with new album Time Flies. The album includes the singles ‘Think About You’ and ‘Mixed Emotions’, plus a collaboration with Broods on ‘Guilty Love’. Her debut album earned her two ARIAs in 2009.

Melbourne-based Tiny Little Houses release their second album, Misericorde. Following on from their 2018 debut album Idiot Proverbs (#39 Jan. ‘18) five singles have already been release, including their latest, ‘Golden Boy’.

The legendary Brian Wilson reimagines some of his classics with his new release of At My Piano. It includes stripped down versions of iconic Beach Boys tunes such as ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’, ‘God Only Knows’, ‘In My Room’ and ‘California Girls’ with just Wilson and a piano. It’s Wilson’s first release since 2015’s No Pier Pressure.

ARIA Hall Of Fame member Paul Kelly’s latest release Christmas Train is his first festive season-themed album. Featuring a total of 22 tracks, Kelly is joined on the album by the likes of Marlon Williams, Emma Donovan, Waleed Aly, Lior, Kasey Chambers, Kate Miller-Heidke, Vika and Linda Bull, Alice Keath, Sime Nugent, Dan Kelly, Emily Lubitz, The Kelly Family, Jess Hitchcock, Alma Zygier and the Dungala Children’s Choir.

After 13 years, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss reunite for the follow-up LP Raise the Roof. Raising Sand, the 2007 debut album by the pair sold more than a million copies and won six Grammy Awards including Album of the Year.

The 25th anniversary of Oasis’ biggest ever shows get marked with the release of Knebworth 1996. It features highlights from the two nights the band played to a combied 250,000 people in August 1996. The album will be released digitally in Australia this week with the CD version set to follow on 10 December and vinyl to come on 14 January.

Come back next Friday to see which of these titles make it onto the ARIA Charts. Check out all of the latest charts.