Brisbane pop duo The Veronicas release their second album for 2021, Human. Coming a month on from Godzilla (#7 Jun. ‘21), the new album includes the single ‘On Your Side’, as well as a collaboration with rapper Allday.
American rapper Tyler, The Creator returns with sixth album, Call Me If You Get Lost. Two singles from the album have already been released - ‘Lumberjack’ and ‘WusYaName’. Tyler’s last two albums have hit the Top Ten including Igor (#3 May ‘19).
Melbourne neo-soul group Hiatus Kaiyote release their first album in six years, Mood Valiant. Between ARIA Award-nominated Choose Your Weapon (#22 May ‘15) and the new album, the group members all pursued side projects.
Pop/R&B artist Doja Cat follows Hot Pink (#19 Mar. ‘20) with Planet Her. The third album from the American artist includes the Top Ten single ‘Kiss Me More’ (#2 May ‘21) and collaborations with SZA, The Weeknd, Ariana Grande and more.
American rapper Saweetie releases her debut album, Pretty Bitch Music. Two singles from the album have already charted: ‘Tap In’ (#37 Sept. ‘20) and ‘Best Friend’ (#35 Feb. ‘21).
Indie rock singer-songwriter Lucy Dacus releases her third album, Home Video. The follow-up to 2018’s Historian includes the singles ‘Thumbs’, ‘Brando’ and ‘Hot & Heavy’.
American indie rock veterans Modest Mouse return with The Golden Casket, their first album in six years. Between 2015’s Strangers To Ourselves and now, the band released three standalone singles.
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