Snow Patrol, ‘Fallen Empires’
Snow Patrol, ‘Fallen Empires’. Released: November 14th. If you pre-order ‘Fallen Empires’ through the band’s official online store, then you can enter an exclusive ticket pre-sale for their upcoming UK tour. So if you’re itching to see them live, this album’s your ticket in.
Rihanna. Released: November 21st. She’s yet to reveal a title for the record, but Rihanna confirmed on Twitter that we can expect the album this fall. The first single from the album was produced by Calvin Harris – perhaps a new direction for album number six?
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, ‘Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, ‘Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’. Released:: October 17th. “My album is the best collection of songs I’ve written for a long fucking time,” Noel told us about this record. So if his word’s anything to go by, we have a feeling this’ll be a good one.
Manic Street Preachers, ‘National Treasures – The Complete Singles’
Manic Street Preachers, ‘National Treasures – The Complete Singles’. Released: October 31st. James Dean Bradfield revealed that the Manics decided to release their singles collection to show what happened in “the indie wars”, and to document the chart success they’ve enjoyed as a band. And with a collection of 38 singles, they’ve certainly seen their fair share of chart success.
Credit: Dean Chalkley
Feist, ‘Metals’. Released: October 3rd. You can already stream the album in its entirety at listentofeist.com – which can serve as a good prep for those attending her upcoming London Palladium show (Feist’s first live appearance in the UK in three years).