British indie trio Alt-J return with The Dream, their first album in five years. The follow-up to Relaxer (#4 Jun. ‘17) includes the singles ‘U&Me’, ‘The Actor’ and Get Better.
Brooklyn band Big Thief release their fifth album, Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You. Featuring the singles ‘Certainty’, ‘Change’ and ‘Simulation Swarm’, the group’s first album since 2019’s Two Hands is a double album.
Spoon release Lucifer on the Sofa, their tenth studio album. It’s the veteran American indie band’s first album since Hot Thoughts (#21 Mar. ‘17), which gave them their highest ARIA Charts peak. The new album includes the singles ‘The Hardest Cut’, ‘Wild’ and ‘My Babe’.
American R&B star Mary J. Blige returns with Good Morning Gorgeous. Her 14th album is the follow-up to 2017’s Strength of a Woman and features collaborations with DJ Khaled, Anderson .Paak and Usher, among others.
Pearl Jam lead singer Eddie Vedder releases Earthling, his third solo album. Coming just over a decade on from previous album, Ukulele Songs (#6 Jun. ‘11), the new LP includes a collaboration with Elton John on the track ‘Picture’
Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash releases his fourth album with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators, the aptly-titled 4. The follow-up to Living The Dream (#4 Oct. 18) includes the singles ‘The River Is Rising’ and ‘Call off the Dogs’.
English singer-songwriter Foxes releases her third album, The Kick. It’s her first album since 2016’s All I Need. Between albums, she releases the 2021 EP Friends in the Corner.
Frank Turner releases FTHC. The English singer-songwriter debuted much of the album during acoustic livestreams from his home called Independent Venue Love, held during lockdowns.
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