News 6 May 2022

#NewMusicFriday: Jack Harlow, Alison Wonderland, Hermitude and more out now!

6 May also serves up new albums from Arcade Fire, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Sharon Van Etten and Belle and Sebastian.

#NewMusicFriday: Jack Harlow, Alison Wonderland, Hermitude and more out now!

American rapper Jack Harlow releases his second album, Come Home the Kids Miss You. The follow-up to Thats What They All Say (#36 Apr. ‘22) includes the recent chart-topping single ‘First Class’ (#1 Apr. ‘22). The album is stacked full of guests such as Lil Wayne, Drake and Pharrell.

Alison Wonderland returns with Loner. The Sydney electronic producer’s third album comes four years on from Awake (#7 Apr. ‘18), which gave her two ARIA Award nominations. Loner features the singles ‘Bad Things’, ‘New Day’ and ‘Forever’.

Blue Mountains electronic-hip hop duo Hermitude release Mirror Mountain. The follow-up to 2019’s Pollyanarchy includes the single ‘When You Feel Like This’, a collaboration with The Jungle Giants.

Canadian indie rock heroes Arcade Fire return with We. The group’s first album since 2017’s Everything Now features the singles ‘The Lightning I, II’ and ‘Unconditional I (Lookout Kid)’.

Melbourne’s Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever release their third album, Endless Rooms. The new release comes two years on from Sideways To New Italy (#4 Jun. ‘20). Singles released include ‘The Way It Shatters’ and ‘My Echo’.

American singer-songwriter Sharon Van Etten returns with sixth album, We've Been Going About This All Wrong. Coming three years on from 2019’s Remind Me Tomorrow, the album is being released with advanced singles.

Belle and Sebastian release their eleventh studio album, A Bit of Previous. The new album is the first from the Scottish indie icons since Days of the Bagnold Summer from 2019. Singles released from the album include ‘Unnecessary Drama’, ‘If They're Shooting At You’ and ‘Young and Stupid’.

Come back next Friday to see which of these titles make it onto the ARIA Charts. Check out all of the latest charts.