Perth darlings Spacey Jane today release Here Comes Everybody, the much anticipated follow-up to their debut album Sunlight. Sunlight debuted at #2 on the ARIA Albums Chart with single ‘Booster Seat’ going on to win the 2021 ARIA Award for Song of the Year.
American heartthrob Conan Gray releases his sophomore album Superache, a 12-track LP that "chronicles misery, joy, yearning and all of the heartbreak of existing". Conan Gray’s debut album Kid Krow debuted at #26 on the ARIA Albums chart, with single ‘Heather’ peaking at #13 on the Singles Chart.
Lupe Fiasco releases Drill Music In Zion, the first album the Chicago rapper has released since 2018’s Drogas Wave. Lupe Fiasco achieved a chart peak with his 2011 album Lasers (Mar.11) which peaked at #4 on the Albums Chart.
American Singer-songwriter Regina Spektor releases Home, before and after, the artist's first album since the release of Remember Us to Life (Sep.16) which debuted at #20 on the ARIA Albums Chart.
Regina Spektor has debuted in the Top 10 Albums Chart with previous releases What We Saw From The Cheap Seats (Jun.12) coming in at #9 and Far (Jul.09) coming in a #10.
Soccer Mommy releases Sometimes, Forever. Inspired by the "concept that neither sorrow nor happiness is permanent" and produced by Daniel Lopatin of Oneohtrix Point Never,Sometimes, Forever is the third LP from the America Singer-songwriter.
Iconic Canadian Post-hardcore band Alexisonfire release their first album in 13 years Otherness.Otherness is comprised of 10 new tracks self-produced in roughly a week after being written at the Dine Alone Clubhouse and driven by the urge for the band to not just be a "nostalgia act".
Alexisonfire previously peaked at #17 on the ARIA Albums Chart in 2009 with album Old Crows / Young Cardinals.