This week's new music releases: July 9 2012

The View, Lana Del Rey and The Vaccines all have new stuff out

This week's new music releases: July 9 2012
The View release their new album 'Cheeky For A Reason' today (July 9) in another very quiet week for new releases.

Also out today is 'Harakari', the new album from System Of A Down frontman Serj Tankian and 'Trespassing', the new record from sometime Queen frontman Adam Lambert. As well as this there are new records out from Newton Faulkner, Rush, POD, Twin Shadow and The Word Alive.

The Vaccines preview their second album 'The Vaccines Come Of Age' with their new single 'No Hope', while there are also new singles out from Bombay Bicycle Club, Lana Del Rey, Florence And The Machine and Nicki Minaj.

Singles released today:

A$AP Rocky – 'Goldie'
Bombay Bicycle Club – 'Beg'
Florence And The Machine – 'Spectrum'
David Guetta feat. Chris Brown and Lil Wayne – 'I Can Only Imagine'
Lana Del Rey – 'National Anthem'
Norah Jones – 'Say Goodbye'
The Milk – 'Everytime We Fight'
Nicki Minaj – 'Pound The Alarm'
Nas – 'The Don'
Summer Camp – 'Always EP'
The Temper Trap – 'Trembling Hands'
The Vaccines – 'No Hope'
While She Sleeps – 'Seven Hills'
Will Young – 'I Just Want A Lover'

Albums released today:

Adam Lambert – 'Trespassing'
Aesop Rock – 'Skelethon'
The Crookes – 'Hold Fast'
Dan Le Sac – 'Space Between The Worlds'
Dirty Projectors – 'Swing Lo Mangellan'
Duke Special – 'Oh Pioneer'
The Early November – 'In Currents'
Gun – 'Break The Silence'
House Of Heroes – 'Cold Hard Want'
L.A Guns – 'Hollywood Forever'
Newton Faulkner – 'Write It On Your Skin'
POD – 'Murdered Love'
Rush – 'Clockwork Angels'
Serj Tankian – 'Harakari'
Shrag – 'Canines'
Strawbs – 'Of A Time'
The View - 'Cheeky For A Reason'
Twin Shadow – 'Confess'
The Word Alive – 'Life Cycles'

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