Vampire Weekend lead new album releases with 'Modern Vampires Of The City'

Plus; new albums from The Fall, Var and Primal Scream

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Vampire Weekend lead this week's new releases (May 13) with their new studio album 'Modern Vampires Of The City'.

The album is Vampire Weekend's third record and is the follow up to the 2010 album 'Contra'. 'Modern Vampires Of The City' features the single 'Diane Young'. The band recently played a one-off UK show at Troxy in East London and will return later in the year for a string of festival dates, including support on Mumford & Sons huge outdoor shows.

Elsewhere, John Lewis soundtrack singer Gabrielle Aplin releases her debut album 'English Rain', Primal Scream return with 'More Light' and the star-studded Great Gatsby OST is also released. The film's soundtrack was executive produced by Jay-Z and features new and original music by Beyonce, Florence and The Machine, The xx, Lana Del Rey and Jack White.

Plus there are new releases from Dungeonesse, Born Ruffians and The Fall plus Classixx, MS MR, Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood, Mikal Cronin, Alex Bleeker, Adult, Bibio, Wampire, Pure X and Var all release albums today.

In the singles releases there are new tracks from Burns, Foxes, Swim Deep, Stooshe, Jessie Ware and Taffy.

Albums released today:

Adult - 'The Way Things Fall'
Alex Bleeker & The Freaks - 'How Far Away'
Bibio - 'Silver Wilkinson'
'Born Ruffians - 'Birthmarks'
Classixx - 'Hanging Gardens'
Dungeonesse - 'Dungeonesse'
The Fall - 'Re-Mit'
Gabrielle Aplin - 'English Rain'
Mark Lanegan & Duke Garwood - 'Black Pudding'
Mikal Cronin - 'MCII'
MS MR - 'Second Hand Rapture'
Primal Scream - 'More Light'
Pure X – 'Crawling Up The Stairs'
Vampire Weekend - 'Modern Vampires Of The City'
Var - 'No One Dances Quite Like My Brothers'
Wampire - 'Curiosity'


Singles released today:

Swim Deep - 'She Changes The Weather'
Burns - 'Limitless'
Foxes - 'Beauty Queen'
Stooshe - 'Slip'
Jessie Ware - 'Imagine It Was Us'
Taffy - 'Tumbling Club'

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