May’s New Releases: Music

4th May

Wilder Mind – Mumford and Sons

The 3rd album from the Grammy-winning folk rockers is apparently going to be something of a departure for the band. It’ll probably sell millions regardless.

Born Under Saturn – Django Django

Another round of 21st century psychedelia from the East London band.

Cherry Bomb – Tyler The Creator

The 3rd album by the foul-mouthed rapper has been available online for the past couple of weeks, but you’ll have to wait until the 4th to get your mitts on the physical release.

11th May

Saturns Pattern – Paul Weller

The Modfather is still going strong nearly 40 years into his career.

Can’t Forget – Leonard Cohen

A collection of rehearsals from the Godfather of Gloom’s 2012 tour, including 2 new tracks.

Sub-Lingual Tablet – The Fall

Mark E. Smith and the gang return for The Fall’s 31st album.

18th May

Why Make Sense? – Hot Chip

Each copy of this follow-up to 2012’s In Our Heads will feature unique artwork thanks to subtle design and colour differences.

Love + War – Kwabs

The debut album from the smooth-voiced South Londoner.

Sol Invictus – Faith No More

Sol Invictus is Faith No More’s first album in 18 years. Here’s hoping it lives up to the hype.

The Desired Effect – Brandon Flowers

After years of headlining arenas with The Killers, Brandon Flowers has decided to go it alone.

25th May

English Graffiti – The Vaccines

The rawkous indie rockers have claimed that their 3rd album is ‘genre defining’. Time will tell.

Rivals – Coal Chamber

And the award for most random release of the month goes to Rivals from the briefly popular 00s nu-metal band Coal Chamber. It’s their first album since 2012.


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