It's #NewMusicFriday! Here's what's out this week.
Melbourne artist Tash Sultana returns with second album, Terra Firma. It’s the follow-up to debut Flow State (#2 Sept. ’18), which won Best Blues and Roots Album at the 2018 ARIA Awards.
Country star Adam Harvey releases Songs From Highway One. The singer-songwriter’s 15th studio album is the follow-up to The Nashville Tapes (#9 Aug. ’18) includes collaborations with Beccy Cole, Darren Coggan and Felicity Urquhart.
Mogwai return with first album in four years, As The Love Continues. The release date of the Scottish post-rock band’s tenth studio album coincides with the 25th anniversary of their first single, ‘Tuner/Lower’.
Melbourne singer-songwriter June Jones releases second album Leafcutter. It comes 18 months on from her debut, Diana, and features the singles ‘Therapy’ and ‘Home’.
American rapper Trippie Redd releases Neon Shark vs Pegasus. It’s the deluxe edition of his previous album, Pegasus and sees him team up with Travis Barker to transform it into a rock album.
American indie veterans The Hold Steady release their eighth album, Open Door Policy. It comes two years on from their previous release, Thrashing Thru the Passion.
American country artist Carly Pearce releases the EP 29. It comes a year on from her self-titled second album.
Come back next Saturday to see where these albums will land in next week's ARIA Albums Chart.