This week's new music releases: May 7 2012

The Cribs, Keane and Red Hot Chili Peppers all have new stuff out

This week's new music releases: May 7 2012
The Cribs release their new album 'In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull' today (May 7) in a busy week for new releases.

Keane also return with their new album 'Strangeland', as does Richard Hawley, with his new album 'Standing At The Sky's Edge' and Blur's Damon Albarn, who releases the album version of his opera Doctor Dee. As well as this, there are also new LPs out from Off!, Chris Brown, Barenaked Ladies, Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly and a host of others.

Red Hot Chili Peppers and Public Image Ltd. both release new EPs today, while there also new singles dropping from Justin Bieber, Rita Ora and Kasabian.

Singles released today:

Justin Bieber – 'Boyfriend'
Far East Movement feat. Justin Bieber – 'Live My Life'
Gossip – 'Perfect World'
Richard Hawley – 'Leave Your Body Behind'
'Engelbert Humperdinck – 'Love Will Set You Free'
Kasabian – 'Man Of Simple Pleasures'
Knife Party – 'Rage Valley EP'
Modestep – 'Show Me A Sign'
Public Image Ltd. – 'One Drop EP'
Red Hot Chilli Peppers – 'Hall Of Fame EP'
Rita Ora feat. Tinie Tempah – 'R.I.P'
Sunday Girl – 'High & Low'
Serj Tankian – 'Figure It Out'


Albums released today:

Allo Darlin – 'Europe'
Apollo Brown & OC – 'Trophies'
Barenaked Ladies – 'Stop Us If You've Heard This Before'
Belleruche – 'Rollerchain'
Ben Cantelon – 'Everything In Colour'
Black Moth – 'The Killing Jar'
B.o.B – 'Strange Clouds'
Chris Brown – 'Fortune'
Cover Drive – 'Bajan Style'
The Cribs – 'In The Belly Of The Brazen Bull'
Damon Albarn – 'Dr Dee'
Deuce – 'Nine Lives'
Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly – 'Maps'
The Heartbreaks – 'Funtimes'
Here We Go Magic – 'A Different Ship'
iLiketrains – 'The Shallows'
JD McPherson – 'Signs & Signifiers'
Katzenjammer – 'A Kiss Before You Go'
Keane – 'Strangeland'
King Charles – 'Loveblood'
Matt Skiba & The Sekrets – 'Babylon'
Off! – 'Off!
Polar – 'Iron Lungs'
Richard Hawley – 'Standing At The Sky's Edge'
Silversun Pickups – 'Neck Of The Woods'
Sleep – 'Dopesmoker'
Storm Corrosion – 'Storm Corrosion'
Various Artists – 'Avengers Assemble OST'

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