The Strokes and Peace lead this week's new releases (March 25)

Plus new music from Wavves, Wire, Edwyn Collins and more

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New releases from The Strokes and Peace lead this week's new albums (March 25).

The Strokes return with 'Comedown Machine', their fifth album and the follow up to 2011's 'Angles'. The album features the songs 'One Way Trigger' and 'All The Time', and received 8/10 in its NME review.

Meanwhile, Peace's debut album 'In Love' is also released today. The hotly tipped Birmingham band were awarded a 9/10 by NME for the album, which features fan favourites such as 'Follow Baby' and 'California Daze'.

Elsewhere there are new album releases from Depeche Mode, Eric Clapton, Wavves, Wire and Edwyn Collins while Fear of Men, Diamond Rugs, The House Of Love and Mount Moriah all release full-length efforts. Scottish synth-poppers Chvrches, meanwhile, release their first EP, 'Recover'. Additionally, 'Random Access Memories', the hotly anticipated new album from Daft Punk, can be pre-ordered via iTunes from today. The album is officially released on May 20.

In the singles releases there are new tracks from Everything Everything, Sky Ferreira, Loom, Jamie Lidell, Dog Is Dead and Vondelpark.

Albums released today:

Chvrches - 'Recover' EP
Depeche Mode – 'Delta Machine'
Eric Clapton – 'Old Sock'
Diamond Rugs - 'Diamond Rugs'
Edwyn Collins - 'Understated'
Fear Of Men - Early Fragments
The House Of Love - She Pains Words In Red'
Mount Moriah - 'Miracle Temple'
OneRepublic – 'Native'
Peace - 'In Love'
The Strokes - 'Comedown Machine'
Wavves - 'Afraid Of Heights'
Wire - 'Changes Become Us'


Singles released today:

Dog Is Dead - 'Do The Right Thing'
Everything Everything - 'Duet'
Jamie Lidell - 'You Naked'
Loom - 'I Get A Taste'
Sky Ferreira - 'Everything Is Embarrassing'
Vondelpark - 'California Analog Dream'

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