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Album News Weekly: 12th August 2015

In This Issue: We have a huge month coming with plenty of local artists bringing their debuts to the table, some big big names returning and a stash of amazing album covers. With so much good music coming out you can almost hear the festival season approaching!

Foals

Oxfordshire five-piece Foals have already delivered some ferocious tracks from their upcoming fourth album What Went Down. With the album set for release August 28th through Warner Music, it’s not long now til you can get your hands on their “inner madman”.

The Paper Kites

Melbourne indie folksters, The Paper Kites have announced they'll be releasing their second full length album twelvefour, born from midnight writing sessions, on August 28 via Wonderlick Recording Company/Sony Music.

JOY

17-year-old Brisbane Producer JOY. returns with her 4-track self-produced EP, Ode, set for release 28th August. Featuring ethereal vocals and dreamy pop percussion, you can check out the chat we had with her a little while back on it: http://bit.ly/1JTmMBI

Have/Hold

Melbourne's Have/Hold are set to release their debut album, King Salt out August 18th via Never Home Records boasting “classic indie guitar riffs and a stadium rock”.

Mazde

Mazde, from 21-year old Berlin-based producer Matthis Dierkes, has his EP Mazde x LissA slated for release on 28th August via Stoney Roads Records.

The Bohicas

Essex four piece The Bohicas will release their debut album of snarling guitar pop, The Making Of on August 21st through EMI Records.

Destroyer

Poison Season from Destroyer will be available on August 24th from Merge Records via Pod through Inertia. Check out a track from the album "Girl in a Sling" here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GcWD_CroKhc&feature=youtu.be

Kagoule

Nottingham's Kagoule have announced their debut album, the dark and melodic Urth, due for release on August 21st via Earache Records.

Buckcherry

Los Angeles’ rock band, Buckcherry, will release their 7th studio album Rock ‘n’ Roll on August 21st via F-Bomb Records/Caroline Australia promising rock n roll isn’t dead.