This Week's New Music Releases: 17 August 2009

Albums and singles released in the UK today

This Week's New Music Releases: 17 August 2009
Arctic Monkeys release their comeback single 'Crying Lightning' today (August 17). The 10-inch vinyl version of the song is available generally, while the seven-inch release is being sold through Oxfam stores nationwide.

The Sheffield band are up against Kasabian's 'Where Did All The Love Go?', Little Boots ('Remedy') and Jonathan Jeremiah ('What's A Guy To Do').

In the album chart, Calvin Harris goes head-to-head with Tinchy Stryder, while The xx and Lovvers also release new records today.

Albums released today:

Calvin Harris - 'Ready For The Weekend'
Lovvers - 'OCD Go Go Go Girls'
Simian Mobile Disco - 'Temporary Pleasure'
Soulsavers - 'Broken'
Squarepusher - 'Solo Electric Bass 1'
The XX - 'The XX'
Tinchy Stryder - 'Catch 22'

Singles released today:

Arctic Monkeys - 'Crying Lightning' (seven-inch Oxfam only)
Athlete - 'Superhuman Touch'
Enter Shikari - 'No Sleep Tonight'
Jonathan Jeremiah - 'What's A Guy To Do' EP
Kasabian - 'Where Did All The Love Go?'
Little Boots - 'Remedy'

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