Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones' Everly Brothers album leads new releases (November 25)

There are also new singles from Beady Eye, Biffy Clyro and Manic Street Preachers

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'Foreverly', a cover of the 1958 Everly Brothers album 'Songs Our Daddy Taught Us' by Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong and Norah Jones, leads the new album releases this week (November 25).

Other new LPs available today include Brendan Benson's 'You Were Right', Take That singer Gary Barlow's second solo album 'Since I Saw You Last' and Mary J Blige's Christmas album, 'A Mary Christmas'. They all face stiff competition from the third album by One Direction, 'Midnight Memories'.

Meanwhile in the single releases, Beady Eye (pictured) return with double A-side single 'Iz Rite' and 'Soul Love', Biffy Clyro release 'Sounds Like Balloons' and Manic Street Preachers put out their 'Anthem For A Lost Cause'. McBusted's single 'Love Is On The Radio' is also out today.

This week's new albums and EPs releases:

Bastille – 'All This Bad Blood'
Billie Joe + Norah – 'Foreverly'
Brendan Benson – 'You Were Right'
Deicide – 'In The Minds Of Evil'
Elbow - Elbow 'Live At Jodrell Bank'
Gary Barlow – 'Since I Saw You Last'
Hell - Curse and 'Chapter'
Less Than Jake – 'See The Light'
Manu Chao – 'Clandestino'
Mary J. Blige – 'A Mary Christmas'
Motorhead – 'Aftershock'
NoFx – 'Stoke Extinguisher'
One Direction – 'Midnight Memories'
Puscifer – 'What Is...'
Rhapsody Of Fire – 'Dark Wings Of Steel'
Shearwater – 'Fellow Travelers'


This week's new singles releases:

Afrojack FT Spree Wilson – 'The Spark'
Agnetha Faltskog – 'The One Who Loves You Now'
Aiden – 'Satisfy Me'
Ariana Grande FT Big Sean – 'Right There'
Beady Eye – 'Iz Rite' / 'Soul Love'
Biffy Clyro – 'Sounds Like Balloons'
Breach FT Andreya Triana – 'Everything You Never Had (We Had It All)'
Bright Light Bright Light – 'In Your Care'
Calvin Harris and Alesso FT Hurts – 'Under Control'
Caro Emerald – 'I Belong To You'
Editors – 'Honesty'
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros – 'Life Is Hard'
Emilia Mitiku – 'Zou Bisou Bisou'
Empire Of The Sun – 'DNA'
Ghetts FT Kano and Mykl – 'Party Animal'
Hoosiers – 'Somewhere In The Distance'
Jai McDowall – 'Christmas With Jai McDowall'
Janet Devlin – 'Wonderful'
Josh Record – 'Bones'
Kosheen – 'Harder They Fall'
Manic Street Preachers – 'Anthem For A Lost Cause'
Matrix and Futurebound FT Max Marshall – 'Control'
McFly FT Busted – 'Love Is On The Radio'
The Strypes – 'You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover'

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