Album News Weekly: 5th November 2015

In This Issue: We see the return of the legends in You Am I, one part of Powderfinger an acoustic album from Björk and plenty of pop and rock to bring in the spring season, check it out!


Little Mix

Girl group Little Mix proudly announce their new album, GET WEIRD, will be released globally on Friday 6th November via Sony Music.



Australian pop outfit Custard return with their first album in 16 years, the fittingly-titled Come Back, All Is Forgiven, to be released on November 6th via ABC Music.


You Am I

In a cramped studio deep in Bushwick, New York City, You Am I hunkered down to make a start on their tenth studio album. Porridge & Hotsauce is out Friday, November 6th on Inertia.



A string version of Björk’s eighth studio album Vulnicura will be released via CD and Digital on Friday November 6th on Pod via Inertia, with vinyl following on Friday, December 4th.


Devil You Know

Devil You Know’s sophomore recording effort They Bleed Red is set for a November 6th release through Nuclear Blast Records.


Darren Middleton

Best known for his contributions to Powderfinger, Darren Middleton has a new solo record on its way, with his upcoming album Splinters out November 6th.

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The Hummingbirds

Liverpool 5 piece The Hummingbirds will be releasing their new EP Out Of The Rain on 6th November through the GLADSTONE RECORDING CO.

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Home Lives

Upstate New Yorkers Brittany Cohen and Mike Horgan are the the snotty, at times heartfelt, lo-fi combination that is Home Lives. The pair are ready to give you their debut EP Cool Waves, Young Blood, ahead of their Shea Stadium show in Brooklyn on November 7th.

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The Sticks

Sydney electronic trio The Sticks have their self-titled debut LP The Sticks to be released Friday 6th November via Broken Stone / Remote Control Records and features the vocals of soprano Jane Sheldon.

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New Zealand four piece Villainy’s LP Dead Sight will be released Friday November 6th through MGM Distribution in stores and online.


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