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Release Radar: new albums coming in 2024 from Pet Shop Boys, NKOTB, Gabrielle and more…

The first quarter of 2024 has seen some brilliant album releases from Beyoncé, Liam Gallagher & John Squire, Bananarama and Shed Seven, among others – and there’s plenty more to look forward to!

Heading into the summer, Pet Shop Boys are back with their 15th album ‘Nonetheless‘, while Gabrielle unleashes her lush new LP ‘A Place In Your Heart‘, NKOTB prove they’re ‘Still Kidsand All Saints’ Shaznay Lewis returns with ‘Pages‘ – her first solo LP in 20 years.

You’ll find details of those and plenty more exciting new releases below…

The Feeling – San Vito
Released: April 12
Little Word

The brand new album from the 2000s hitmakers includes their latest radio hit The Right Wrong.

Taylor Swift – The Tortured Poets Department
Released: April 19
Republic

The 11th studio album from the US superstar is the follow-up to 2022 LP ‘Midnights’ and clocks in at 16 songs. 

UB40 – UB45
Released: April 19
SoNo

Celebrating their 45th anniversary, the new LP features brand new songs plus re-recordings of some of UB40’s most beloved hits.

Pet Shop Boys – Nonetheless
Released: April 26
Parlophone 

The 15th album from Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, produced by James Ford, featuring the lively lead single Loneliness.

Sia – Reasonable Woman
Released: May 3
Atlantic

The first album from the Australian pop star in eight years, including the lead single Gimme Love and Kylie Minogue collaboration Dance Alone

Dua Lipa – Radical Optimism
Released: May 3
Warner

The third album from the superstar featuring the hit singles Houdini and Training Season. 

Gabrielle – A Place In Your Heart
Released: May 10
BMG

The follow-up to her Top 5 covers collection, Gabrielle returns with her first collection of original material in six years. 

Bright Light Bright Light – Enjoy Youth 
Released: May 17
YSKWN

The fifth studio album from the pop star is a confident and euphoric showing, featuring contributions from Ian Masterson, Richard X and Ultra Naté! 

New Kids On The Block – Still Kids
Released: May 17
BMG

The band’s first full-length studio album in 11 years featuring the lead single Kids. 

Shaznay Lewis – Pages
Released: May 17
1.9.7.5

The first solo album in 20 years from the All Saints legend, featuring the singles Miracle and Kiss Of Life.

Zayn – Room Under The Stairs
Released: May 17
Mercury

The follow-up to his 2021 album ‘Nobody Is Listening’, preceded by the single What I Am.

Lenny Kravitz – Blue Electric Light
Released: May 24
BMG

Largely self-written and performed, the 12th LP from the superstar continues to showcase his mastery of deep-soul rock ‘n roll.

Crowded House – Gravity Stairs
Released: May 31
BMG

The eighth album from the New Zealand group featuring the brand new single Oh Hi. 

Bon Jovi – Forever
Released: June 7
EMI

The rockers return with their 40th anniversary album featuring the epic new single Legendary. 

Peter Wilson – Touch
Released: June 7
Energise

Celebrating 30 years in music, Peter’s 11th album includes the singles Imagine That and Heard It In A Heartbeat. 

Meghan Trainor – Timeless
Released: June 14
Sony

Supported by the lead single Been Like This, a collaboration with T-Pain, the LP precedes Meghan’s return to touring after seven years!

Kate Nash – 9 Sad Symphonies
Released: June 21
Kill Rock Stars

The singer-songwriter’s first LP signed to the legendary Kill Rock Stars label, produced and mixed by Grammy-winner Frederik Thaae.

Kasabian – Happenings
Released: July 5
Columbia

The eighth album from the lad rockers and their first since 2022’s ‘The Alchemist’s Euphoria’

Marc Almond – I’m Not Anyone
Released: July 12
BMG

An 11-song covers collection of gems from the likes of Don McLean, King Crimson, Paul Anka, Colin Blunstone and Mahalia Jackson.

Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds – Wild God
Released: August 30
PIAS 

The 18th studio album by the Australian rock band and their first in five years.

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