Brisbane electro-pop band Confidence Man release Tilt, their second album. The album comes four years on from their debut, Conﬁdent Music For Conﬁdent People (#31 Apr. ‘18) and features the singles ‘Holiday’ and ‘Woman’.
Rock veterans the Red Hot Chili Peppers return with Unlimited Love. The Californian group’s twelfth studio album is the follow-up to The Getaway (#1 Jun. ‘16) and is their first album since Stadium Arcadium (#1 May ‘06) to feature guitarist John Frusciante. Unlimited Love includes the singles ‘Black Summer’ and ‘These Are the Ways’.
Miley Cyrus releases the live album Attention: Miley Live. Mostly recorded at a show in Los Angeles in February 2022, the set features tracks from throughout Cyrus’ career, plus covers of tracks by Blondie, Pixies, Madonna and Cher.
Canadian punk band PUP return with The Unraveling of PUPTheBand. The quartet’s fourth album is the follow-up to Morbid Stuff (#29 Apr. ‘19), which became their first Top 50 entry and was the first album to top the ARIA Vinyl Albums Chart. The new album includes the singles ‘Robot Writes a Love Song’, ‘Matilda’ and ‘Totally Fine’.
American country singer-songwriter Thomas Rhett releases Where We Started. The new album comes a year on from Country Again: Side A, which became his fifth consecutive Top Ten in the US. Where We Started includes the single ‘Slow Down Summer’.
Swedish metal band Meshuggah return with Immutable. It’s the veteran group’s ninth studio album and their first since The Violent Sleep Of Reason (#9 Oct. ‘16). Immutable features the single ‘The Abysmal Eye’.
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