Pop superstar Camila Cabello releases Familia, her third album.The follow-up to Romance (#6 Dec. ‘19) includes the singles ‘Don’t Go Yet’ (#43 Aug. ‘21) and ‘Bam Bam’ (#16 Mar. ‘22), plus collaborations with Ed Sheeran and Willow Smith, among others.
Father John Misty returns with his first album in four years, Chloë and the Next 20th Century. The American singer-songwriter’s first album since God's Favorite Customer (#9 Jun. ‘18) is his fifth studio release and includes the singles ‘Goodbye Mr. Blue’ and ‘The Next 20th Century’.
Jack White releases Fear of the Dawn, the first of two albums planned for 2022. White’s fourth solo album is his first since Boarding House Reach (#11 Apr. ‘18) and includes the single ‘Taking Me Back’. White plans to release Entering Heaven Alive on 22 July.
British indie rock duo Wet Leg release their self-titled debut album. Fronted by Rhian Teasdale and Hester Chambers, Wet Leg came in at #45 in the Triple J Hottest 100 with ‘Chaise Longue’.
Australian pop-punk trio Short Stack return with Maybe There's No Heaven. The band’s fourth album is their first since reuniting for a second time in early-2020. It features the singles ‘Burn You Down’, ‘Love You Like I Used To’ and ‘Armageddon’.
American singer-songwriter Banks returns with Serpentina, her fourth album. It’s the follow-up to III (#25 Jul. ‘19) and includes the singles 'Meteorite’, ‘Deadend’ and ‘I Still Love You’.
Australian singer-songwriter Cody Simpson releases his self-titled fourth album. It’s Simpson’s first album since Surfers Paradise (#25 Jul. ‘13) and features the singles ‘Nice To Meet You’ and ‘Let Go’.
Sydney DJ/producer Hayden James returns with second album, Lifted. Coming three years on from Between Us (#9 Jun. ‘19), the new album features the singles ‘Waiting For Nothing’ and ‘Hold Tight’.
American indie pop band Lucius release their first album in six years, Second Nature. Between 2016’s Good Grief and the new album, the group released the compilation Nudes and vocalists Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig collaborated and toured with a wide array of artists including Roger Waters, The War On Drugs, Brandi Carlile, Harry Styles and Sheryl Crow.
Canadian country music artist Orville Peck releases his second album, Bronco. The album is the follow-up to 2019’s Pony and features the singles ‘C'mon Baby, Cry’ and ‘The Curse of the Blackened Eye’. The mysterious Peck wears a fringed mask and has never shown his face publicly.
American hip hop artist Vince Staples returns with fifth album, Ramona Park Broke My Heart. The new album comes less than a year since Staples released his self-titled fourth album (#32 Jul. ‘21). Ramona Park Broke My Heart includes the singles ‘Magic’ and ‘Rose Street’.
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