Brisbane’s Ball Park Music return with seventh album, Weirder And Weirder. Coming a year and a half on from their self-titled sixth album (#2 Nov. ‘20), which was nominated for three ARIA Awards. The new release includes the singles ‘Sunscreen’ and ‘Stars In My Eyes’.
Former Oasis front man Liam Gallagher releases C'mon You Know, his third solo album. It’s the follow-up to Why Me? Why Not. (#7 Sept. ‘19). Lead single ‘Everything's Electric’ was co-written with Dave Grohl and Greg Kurstin. On the same day, Galagher will also release the live album Down by the River Thames.
Canadian artist Tate McRae releases her debut album, I Used to Think I Could Fly. Featuring the singles ‘She's All I Wanna Be’ (#19 Feb. ‘22) and ‘Chaotic’ (#39 Apr. ‘22), it comes after McRae releases two EPs in the last two years.
Wilco return with Cruel Country. The twelfth album from the American indie veterans comes three years on from Ode To Joy (#23 Oct. ‘19) and is a double album. Singles released include ‘Falling Apart (Right Now)’ and ‘Tired of Taking It Out on You’.
Melbourne duo Teeny Tiny Stevies release their fourth album, How To Be Creative. It comes two years on from the ARIA Award-winning Thoughtful Songs for Little People (#33 Aug. ‘20).
English rock veterans Def Leppard release Diamond Star Halos. The group’s twelfth album comes seven years on from their self-titled eleventh album (#4 Nov. ‘15), which gave them their first Top Ten entry in Australia in over 20 years. The new album includes the singles ‘Kick’ and ‘Take What You Want’.
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