Yeah Yeah Yeahs' 'Mosquito' leads this week's new album releases (April 15)

Plus: new albums from Major Lazer, Iron & Wine and Thee Oh Sees

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs lead this week's new releases (April 15) with their fourth album 'Mosquito'.

The New York city trio release their first album since 'It's Blitz!' in 2009. The album was recorded after lead singer Karen O returned to New York after living in Los Angeles and features the gospel-tinged single 'Sacrilege'.

Meanwhile, Major Lazer's second album 'Free The Universe' is also released today. The album features collaborations with a wide range of artists including Shaggy, Wyclef Jean, Vampire Weekend, Haim and Dirty Projectors.

Elsewhere there are new album releases from Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Thee Oh Sees, Iron & Wine and No Joy while Meat Puppets, Alessi's Ark, Fyfe, Sulk, Javelin and Solar Bears all release full-length efforts.

In the singles releases there are new tracks from Amelia Lily, Outer Limits Recordings, Flume, Rudimental, Nelly and Phoenix.

Albums released today:

Alessi's Ark - 'The Still Life'
Fyfe - 'Solace EP'
Iron & Wine - 'Ghost On Ghost'
Javelin - 'Hi Beams'
Major Lazer - 'Free The Universe'
Meat Puppets - 'Rat Farm'
No Joy - 'Wait to Pleasure'
The Oh Sees - 'Floating Coffin'
Solar Bears - 'Superemigration'
Sulk - 'Graceless Perfect'
Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats - 'Mind Control'
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - 'Mosquito'


Singles released today:

Amelia Lily - 'Party Over'
Flume - 'Holdin On'
Nelly - 'Hey Porsche'
Outer Limits Recordings - 'Sugar Pie'
Phoenix - 'Entertainment'
Rudimental - 'Waiting All Night'

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