This Week's New Music Releases: 28 February 2011

Albums and singles released in the UK today

This Week's New Music Releases: 28 February 2011
Beady Eye release their debut album 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' today (February 23).

There are also new releases from Jessie J, Lykke Li and Those Dancing Days.

Also today, Elbow release 'Neat Little Rows', the first single from their fifth album 'Build A Rocket Boys!'. There are also new singles out from Noah And The Whale, Hurts and Mona.

Singles released today:

Brother – 'Darling Buds Of May'
Bullet For My Valentine – 'The Last Fight'
Cassius – 'I< U SO'
Cat's Eyes – 'Broken Glass EP'
CockNBullKid – 'Hold On To Your Misery'
The Chapman Family – 'Anxiety'
Edwyn Collins feat. The Drums – 'In Your Eyes'
Crocodiles – 'Mirrors'
Diplo vs. Tiesto feat. Busta Rhymes – 'C'mon (Catch 'Em By Surprise)'
Alesha Dixon feat. Jay Sean – 'Every Little Part Of Me'
Does It Offend You, Yeah? – 'The Monkeys Are Coming'
Elbow – 'Neat Little Rows'
Exlovers – 'Blowing Kisses'
Jon Fratelli – 'Santa Domingo'
Hurts – 'Sunday'
Katy Perry feat. Kanye West – 'ET'
J.Cole – 'Who Dat'
Manic Street Preachers – 'Postcards From A Young Man'
Mona – 'Teenager'
Morning Parade – 'A&E'
Noah & The Whale – 'LIFEGOESON'
Lauren Pritchard – 'Stuck'
Nathaniel Rateliff – 'Shroud'
Slash feat. Fergie – 'Beautiful Dangerous'
Britney Spears – 'Hold It Against Me'
Those Dancing Days – 'I'll Be Yours'
Trophy Wife – 'The Quiet Earth/White Horses'


Albums released today:

Arbouretum – 'The Gathering'
Beady Eye – 'Different Gear, Still Speeding'
Bearsuit – 'The Phantom Forest'
The Bellrays – 'Black Lightning'
The Boxer Rebellion – 'The Cold Still'
The Death Set – 'Michel Poicard'
Dropkick Murphys – 'Going Out In Style'
Earth – 'Angels Of Darkness Demons Of Light'
Faust – 'Something Dirty'
The Get Up Kids – 'There Are Rules'
Jesse J – 'Who You Are'
Alexis Jordan – 'Alexis Jordan'
Kitsune – 'Kitsune Parisian'
Lykke Li – 'Wounded Rhymes'
Clare Maguire – 'Light After Dark'
Mirrors – 'Lights And Offerings'
Monotonix – 'Not Yet'
Dustin O'Halloran – 'Lumiere'
Papercuts – 'Fading Parade'
Mike Posner – '31 Minutes To Takeoff'
Tapes 'n Tapes – 'Outside'
Those Dancing Days – 'Daydreams & Nightmares'
Turisas – 'Stand Up And Fight'
Lucinda Williams – 'Blessed'

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