This week's new music releases: May 21 2012

The Enemy, The Temper Trap and The Black Keys all have new stuff out

This week's new music releases: May 21 2012
The Enemy release their long-awaited third album 'Streets In The Sky' today (May 21) in a busy week for new releases.

Also out this week is the new album from The Temper Trap, which is self titled, and the new Fun record 'Some Nights'. As well as this, there are new albums out from The Cult, Tom Jones, John Mayer, Supergrass' Gaz Coombes and many others.

The Black Keys release 'Dead And Gone', their latest single from 'El Camino' today, while there are also new tracks out from Spector, Deaf Havana and Pitbull.

Singles released today:

The Black Keys – 'Dead And Gone'
Deaf Havana – 'Little White Lies'
Fiction – 'Careful'
Magnetic North – 'Rackwick'
Newton Faulkner – 'Sketches'
Of Monsters And Men – 'Dirty Paws'
Pitbull – 'Back In Time'
Rumer – 'P.F Sloan'
School Of Seven Bells – 'The Night'
Spector – 'Celestine'
The Wanted – 'Chasing The Sun'
This Many Boyfriends – '(I Should Be A) Communist'
We Are Augustines – 'Juarezx'
Paul Weller – 'When Your Garden's Overgrown'


Albums released today:

Admiral Fallow – 'Tree Bursts In Snow'
Children Of Bodom – 'Holiday At Lake Bodom'
Cold Specks – 'I Predict A Graceful Expulsion'
Eric Prydz – 'Eric Prydz Presents Pryda'
Exitmusic – 'Passage'
Firewind – 'Few Against Many'
Fun – 'Some Nights'
Gaz Coombes – 'Here Come The Bombs'
Hardline – 'Danger Zone'
Headspace – 'I Am Anonymous'
Heather Pearce – 'Fairy Tale'
John Mayer – 'Born And Raised'
Paul Buchanan – 'Mid Air'
Saint Etienne – 'Words And Music By Saint Etienne'
Sonata Arctica – 'Stones Grow Her Name'
Smokie Fairies – 'Blood Specks'
Soulsavers – 'The Light The Dead See'
The Cult – 'Choice Of Weapon'
The Enemy – 'Streets In The Sky'
The Temper Trap – 'The Temper Trap'
Tom Jones – 'The Spirit Room'

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