June’s New Releases: Music

There's loads of new music out this month, so we'll cut to the chase!

1st June

How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful – Florence + The Machine

The long awaited follow-up to 2011's Ceremonials is…well, big, blue and beautiful. Florence confronts a break-up and other demons in typically bombastic fashion.

Act Two – Collabro

Last year's Britain's Got Talent winners take on tunes from Les Miserables, Phantom of the Opera and…erm, Friends.

Last of our Kind – The Darkness

Justin Hawkins and co return for their 4th collection of high-pitched glam rock.

In Colour – Jamie xx

The mastermind behind The xx's first solo album got a 9.3 from the notoriously tough Pitchfork.

Are You Satisfied? – Slaves

The highly anticipated debut from the punk duo could be one of the year's biggest albums. Watch this space.

Everything is 4 – Jason Derulo

Unsurprisingly, Everything is 4 is Mr. Derulo's 4th album. Of course, everything isn't 4 – Derulo himself is a surprisingly youthful (considering how long he seems to have been around) 25.

Peace is the Mission – Major Lazer

The massive Lean On is the centrepiece of the 3rd album by the Diplo-led dancehall trio, although the whole album is made for heavy Saturday nights.

8th June

Drones – Muse

Muse's hugely anticipated 7th album is apparently a return to basics, with heavy rock riffs underpinning the tale of man warped by mind control.

FFS – Franz Ferdinand and Sparks

Glaswegian indie rockers Franz Ferdinand team up with legendary American glam rockers Sparks to form the year's most unlikely supergroup.

Cauterize – Tremonti

When he's not busy with Alter Bridge and Creed, Mark Tremonti knocks out some pretty decent solo albums too. This is the second and features Wolfgang "˜son of Eddie' Van Halen on bass.

Ones and Zeros – Young Guns

The English rockers release their 3rd album, which is said to be more "˜danceable'.

15th June

No Place in Heaven – Mika

The once inescapable Mika releases his 4th album after a couple of years as a judge on various European talent shows.

22nd June

My Love is Cool – Wolf Alice

The oddly-named alt rockers release their debut album.

29th June

Found in Far Away Places – August Burns Red

Meaty but inspirational metalcore from the always-reliable August Burns Red.

Holy War – Thy Art is Murder

Australian deathcore that your mum will absolutely hate. Clear space in your bedroom for a moshpit.

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