Taylor Swift “1989”
Tennessee’s Taylor Swift has shed her country-tinged pop for a sassy new sound and returns today with her fifth studio album, “1989”. It follows her hugely successful fourth studio effort, “Red” which spawned hit singles, “I Knew You Were Trouble” and the annoyingly catchy, “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”. “1989” includes the infectious, “Shake It Off”.
Black Veil Brides “Black Veil Brides IV”
American rock-metal band, Black Veil Brides release their fourth studio album, “Black Veil Brides IV” this week. The album features the single, “Heart Of Fire”, which was released last month. The band are known for their black make-up and leather get-up, heavily influence by Kiss and Motley Crue. “Black Veil Brides IV” follows 2013’s “Wretched & Divine : The Story Of The Wild Ones”.
Mallory Knox “Asymmetry”
Cambridge-born band, Mallory Knox release their second studio album, “Asymmetry”, the follow up to their 2013 debut, “Signals”. The album includes, “Ghost In The Mirror” and “Shout At The Moon” and was produced by Gil Norton, known for his work with Foo Fighters and You Me At Six.
Annie Lennox “Nostalgia”
Scottish songstress, Annie Lennox releases “Nostalgia” this week; a collection of her favourite songs. “Nostalgia” is Lennox’s first studio album release in 4 years following 2010’s Christmas cover album, “A Christmas Cornucopia” and her third album of cover versions. The album includes her version of, “I Put A Spell On You” and “Summertime”.
The Ting Tings “Super Critical”
Mancunian duo, The Ting Tings return to the forefront this week with their third studio album, “Super Critical”. The band shot to fame in 2008 with the release of their infectious debut, “We Started Nothing” and signature song, “That’s Not My Name”. 2010 brought a slump for the pair before second studio effort, “Sounds From Nowheresville” in 2012. “Super Critical” includes single, “Wrong Club”.
The Twilight Sad “Nobody Wants To Be Here & Nobody Wants To Leave”
Scottish indie outfit, The Twilight Sad release their fourth studio album today; it’s their first studio effort since 2012’s “No One Can Ever Know” and includes the single, “Last January”.