English singer-songwriter/producer James Blake releases his fifth album, Friends That Break Your Heart. Coming two years on from Assume Form (#22 Jan. ‘19), it includes contributions by SZA and Joji.
Sam Teskey, guitarist for ARIA Award-winning Melbourne band The Teskey Brothers, releases Cycles. It’s the debut solo album from the 2019 ARIA Engineer Of The Year. The Teskey Brothers topped the Albums Chart last year with Live At The Forum (#1 May ‘20).
Moaning Lisa release Something Like This But Not This. The debut album from the Canberra-formed, Melbourne-based quartet features the singles ‘Inadequacy’, ‘Cold Water’ and ‘Something’. Prior to the album, the band had released two EPs.
Open Fire, the fourth and final solo album by the late singer-songwriter Mike Noga receives a release. Written in his hometown of Hobart, Noga recorded the follow-up to 2016’s King in Duluth, Minnesota with Low’s Alan Sparhawk as producer. Noga, who spent ten years behind the drums for the ARIA-nominated band The Drones, passed away in August 2020.
Legendary Sydney punk band The Hard-Ons return with their 13th studio album, I'm Sorry Sir, That Riff's Been Taken. It’s a new phase for the group, who are now fronted by You Am I’s Tim Rogers. This year marks the band’s 40th anniversary.
British singer-songwriter Sam Fender returns with second album, Seventeen Going Under. It comes two years after his debut release, Hypersonic Missiles, and includes the singles ‘Aye’ and ‘Get You Down’.
New Zealand rock veterans Shihad release Old Gods, their first album in seven years. Their tenth album is the follow-up to FVEY (#9 Aug. '14), which was their first Top Ten in over a decade.
American heavy metal band Trivium release their tenth album, In the Court of the Dragon. All of the band’s six previous studio albums have hit the Top Ten on the ARIA Albums Chart.
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