This Week's New Music Releases: 31 May 2010

Albums and singles released in the UK today

This Week's New Music Releases: 31 May 2010

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The Drums release new single 'Forever & Ever Amen' today (May 31), which is up against other new releases by The Like ('He's Not A Boy') and Chapel Club ('Five Trees').

Meanwhile, Teenage Fanclub also return with a new album, 'Shadows', as do The Bluetones ('A New Athens').

Singles released in the UK today:

The Drums - 'Forever & Ever Amen'
Alphabeat - 'DJ (I Could Be Dancing)'
Rammstein - 'Haifisch'
Chapel Club - 'Five Trees'
Tunng - 'Sashimi'
The Like - 'He's Not A Boy'

Albums released in the UK today:

Detroit Social Club - 'Existence'
Born Ruffians 'Say It'
Teenage Fanclub - 'Shadows'
Chase & Status - 'More Than A lot'
Dizzee Rascal - 'Tongue N Cheek: Dirtee Deluxe Edition'
Bluetones - 'A New Athens'

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