Flume returns with Palaces. Coming six years on from Skin (#1 Jun. ‘16), the ARIA Award-winning Sydney producer’s third album includes collaborations with Kučka, Laurel, Emma Louise, Caroline Polachek, Damon Albarn, plus MAY-A on the single ‘Say Nothing’ (#16 Feb. ‘22).
British pop superstar Harry Styles releases his third album, Harry’s House. The follow-up to Fine Line (#1 Dec. ‘19) features the chart-topping single ‘As It Was’ (#1 Apr. ‘22).
Sydney indie rock band Body Type release their debut album, Everything Is Dangerous But Nothing’s Surprising. Prior to the album, the quartet released EP1 in 2018 and EP2 in 2019. Singles from the new album include ‘Buoyancy’ and ‘The Charm’.
Eliza & The Delusionals release Now And Then. It’s the debut album from the band from Pottsville in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales and features the singles ‘Save Me’, ‘Bed Song’ and ‘Give You Everything’.
Manchester art-rock band Everything Everything return with Raw Data Feel, their sixth album. Coming a year and a half on from 2020’s Re-Animator, the new album includes the singles ‘Bad Friday’, ‘Teletype’ and ‘I Want a Love Like This’.
Lykke Li releases Eyeye. The Swedish singer-songwriter’s fifth album is her first since 2018’s So Sad So Sexy and reunites her with longtime collaborator Björn Yttling (Peter, Björn & John). The album has produced the singles ‘No Hotel’ and ‘Highway to Your Heart’.
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