It's #NewMusicFriday! Here's what's out this week.
Melbourne rapper Illy returns with his first album in five years, The Space Between. The two-time ARIA Award winner’s sixth album features the single ‘Then What’ (#33 Aug. ’19) as well a collaborations with Guy Sebastian, G Flip and more.
Former One Direction member Zayn releases his third solo album, Nobody Is Listening. The album comes three years on from Icarus Falls and includes the singles ‘Better’ and ‘Vibez’.
British post-punk band Shame follow-up their highly-acclaimed debut Songs Of Praise with second album Drunk Tank Pink. Prior to the release of the album, the band released four singles from it including ‘Alphabet’ and ‘Snow Day’.
Australian country star Catherine Britt releases her eighth studio album, Home Truths. It comes three years on from the four-time Golden Guitar winner’s Catherine Britt & the Cold Cold Hearts.
American boy band Why Don't We return with second album, The Good Times and the Bad Ones. The quintet’s debut album 8 Letters peaked at #10 on the ARIA Charts.
You Me at Six release seventh studio album Suckapunch. The follow-up to 2018’s VI could be the British group’s first Top 50 appearance since 2017’s Night People.
Come back next Saturday to see where these albums will land in next week's ARIA Albums Chart.