This Week's New Music Releases: 14 March 2011

Albums and singles released in the UK today

This Week's New Music Releases: 14 March 2011
The Vaccines release their debut album 'What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?' today (March 14).

There are also new albums out from The View, The Naked And Famous and Funeral For A Friend.

Arcade Fire release their fourth single from 'The Suburbs', 'City With No Children'. Ellie Goulding, White Lies and Ladytron are also putting out new singles today.

Singles released today:

About Group – 'You're No Good'
Arcade Fire – 'City With No Children'
Braids – 'Lemonade'/'Plath Heart'
Chris Brown – 'Yeah 3X'
Cage The Elephant – 'Shake Me Down'
Alex Clare – 'Too Close'
Crystal Fighters – 'At Home'
Diagram Of The Heart – 'If I Were You'
Duffy – 'My Boy'
The Feeling – 'Set My World On Fire'
Fujiya & Miyagi – 'Sixteen Shades Of Black & Blue'
Ellie Goulding – 'Lights'
Grinderman – 'Palaces Of Montezuma'
Ironik feat. Mclean – 'Killed Me'
Ladytron – 'Ace Of Hz'
Maroon 5 – 'Never Gonna Leave This Bed'
Oh Land – 'Wolf And I'
The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart – 'Belong'
Parade – 'Louder'
Nicole Scherzinger – 'Don't Hold Your Breath'
Shontelle – 'Perfect Nightmare'
Skunk Anansie – 'You Saved Me'
Spark – 'Crave'
Toploader – 'Never Stop Wondering'
The Vaccines – 'If You Wanna'
The Wanted – 'Gold Forever'
White Lies – 'Holy Ghost'
Patrick Wolf – 'The City'


Albums released today:

Alex Turner – 'Submarine EP'
Michael Ball – 'Heroes'
Justin Bieber – 'Never Say Never (The Remixes)'
Cornershop – 'Cornershop & The Double 'O' Groove Of'
The Dears – 'Degeneration Street'
The Dodos – 'No Color'
Does It Offend You, Yeah? – 'Don't Say We Didn't Warn You'
Funeral For A Friend – 'Welcome Home Armageddon'
Tim Hecker – 'Ravedeath, 1972'
J Mascis – 'Several Shades Of Grey'
Mastodon – 'Live At The Aragon'
Mi Ami – 'Dolphins'
The Naked And Famous – 'Passive Me, Aggressive You'
The New York Dolls – 'Dancing Backward In High Heels'
Oh Land – 'Oh Land'
Josh T Pearson – 'Last Of The Country Gentlemen'
Pet Shop Boys – 'The Most Incredible Thing'
Rise Against – 'Endgame'
Royal Republic – 'We Are The Royal'
Sylosis – 'Edge Of The Earth'
Julia Stone – 'Julia Stone In The Memory Machine'
The Vaccines – 'What Did You Expect From The Vaccines?'
The View – 'Bread And Circuses'
The Unthanks – 'Last'
Alex Winston – 'Sister Wife'

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