Kaiser Chiefs and Mac DeMarco lead new album releases (March 31)

Cloud Nothings, Band of Skulls and Johnny Cash also release albums this week

Kaiser Chiefs, Cloud Nothings and Mac DeMarco lead this week's list of new album releases (March 31).

Mac DeMarco releases 'Salad Days', his third album following the 2012's '2' and 'Rock and Roll Night Club'. The album features the songs 'Passing Out Pieces' and 'Brother', both of which were revealed earlier this year.

Mac DeMarco recorded a live session during a recent visit to the NME basement and performed new song 'Treat Her Better', which also features on 'Salad Days' – watch it below.

'Education, Education, Education & War' will be Kaiser Chiefs' first album since drummer and chief songwriter Nick Hodgson quit last year. Produced by Ben H Allen III (who has also worked with Gnarls Barkley, Animal Collective, and Deerhunter), the album was recorded at The Maze Studio in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, and mixed at Electric Lady Studios in New York.

Meanwhile, Cloud Nothings release their fourth album 'Here and Nowhere', which is the follow up to 2012's 'Attack On Memory'.

Elsewhere, there are new albums from Band Of Skulls, Johnny Foreigner, Hurray For The Riff Raff, Johnny Cash, White Hinterland and Manchester Orchestra while Coves release their debut album 'Soft Friday'.

This week's new album and EP releases:

Band of Skulls - 'Himalayan'
Cloud Nothings - 'Here and Nowhere'
Coves – 'Soft Friday'
Hurray For The Riff Raff – 'Small Town Heroes'
Johnny Cash - 'Out Among The Stars'
Johnny Foreigner – 'You Can Do Better'
Kaiser Chiefs - 'Education, Education, Education & War'
Mac DeMarco - 'Salad Days'
Manchester Orchestra – 'Cope'
S Carey – 'Range Of Light'
Steel Panther - 'All You Can Eat'
Timber Timbre - 'Hot Dreams'
The Used - 'Imaginary Enemy'
White Hinterland - 'Baby'
NME Basement Session - Mac DeMarco Plays 'Cooking Up Something Good' NME Basement Session - Mac DeMarco Plays 'Cooking Up Something Good'
Video: NME Basement Session - Mac DeMarco Plays 'Cooking Up Something Good'

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