News 12 February 2021

#NewMusicFriday: The Rubens, Sia, Luca Brasi and more out now

Big Australian titles lead the 12 February 2021 releases.

#NewMusicFriday: The Rubens, Sia, Luca Brasi and more out now

It's #NewMusicFriday! Here's what's out this week.

Menangle band The Rubens return with 0202. The band’s fourth studio album, which features the single ‘Live In Life’ (#21 Apr. ’20). They’ll be aiming for their fourth Top Three debut on the Albums Chart.

ARIA Award-winner Sia releases her first album in over three years, Music – Songs from and Inspired by the Motion Picture. The soundtrack to the film Music, which Sia co-wrote and directed, it includes the single ‘Together’ (#27 Sept. ’20). It’s Sia’s first album since Everyday Is Christmas (#7 Nov. ’17).

Tasmanian punk band Luca Brasi release their fifth album, Everything is Tenuous. It’s the follow-up to Stay (#10 Jul. ’18), which gave the group their first Top Ten appearance.

British art-rock band Django Django return with Glowing in the Dark. It’s their fourth album and the first in three years, coming as the follow-up to 2018’s Marble Skies.

American country act Florida Georgia Line release their fifth album, Life Rolls On. The duo’s last two albums - Dig Your Roots (2016) and Can't Say I Ain't Country (2019) – both peaked at #7 on the ARIA Albums Chart.

British rapper Slowthai releases his second album Tyron. It comes as the follow-up to his Mercury Prize-nominated debut Nothing Great About Britain.

American band The Pretty Reckless release Death by Rock and Roll. It's the fourth album from the group led by Singer/actress Taylor Momsen and could give them a third ARIA Top 50 entry.

Pentatonix return with The Lucky Ones. It's the a cappella group's second album in three months, having released the seasonal We Need a Little Christmas back in November.

Come back next Saturday to see where these albums will land in next week's ARIA Albums Chart.