This Week’s New Music Releases: 3 May 2010

Albums and singles released in the UK today

Courtney Love releases her new Hole album ‘Nobody’s Daughter’ today (May 3), while Deftones, The Hold Steady and The Beta Band‘s former frontman Steve Mason also release full-length efforts.

In the singles stakes Foals release ‘This Orient’ – the first single proper from forthcoming new album ‘Total Life Forever’‘. Biffy Clyro release ‘Bubbles’ – the latest from their album ‘Only Revolutions’.

Albums released in the UK today:

Adam Lambert – ‘For Your Entertainment’
Akala – ‘Double Think’
Alabama 3 – ‘Revolver Soul’
The Apples In Stereo – Travellers In Space And Time’
CocoRosie – ‘Grey Oceans’
Deftones – ‘Diamond Eyes’
Diana Vickers – ‘Songs From The Tainted Cherry Tree’
The Hold Stready – ‘Heaven Is Whenever’
Hole – ‘Nobody’s Daughter’
John & Jehn – ‘Time For The Devil’
Josh Ritter – ‘So Runs The World Away’
Kevin Costner & Modern West – ‘Turn It On’
Kid Sister – ‘Ultraviolet’
Lifehouse – ‘Smoke & Mirrors’
Melissa Auf der Maur – ‘Out Of Our Minds’
Nada Surf – ‘If I Had A Hi-Fi’
The New Pornographers – ‘Together’
Placebo – ‘Covers’
Steve Hackett – ‘Out Of The Tunnels Mouth’
Steve Mason – ‘Boys Outside’
UB40 – ‘Live At The O2 Arena 2009’
Willie Nelson – ‘Country Music’

Singles released in the UK today:

65daysofstatic – ‘Crash Tactics’
Biffy Clyro – ‘Bubbles’
Foals – ‘This Orient’
Grace Jones – ‘Love You To Life’
The National – ‘Bloodbuzz Ohio’
Pendulum – ‘Watercolour’
Rose Elinor Dougall – ‘Find Me Out’
Sophie Ellis-Bextor – ‘Bittersweet’
Taio Cruz featuring Ke$ha – ‘Dirty Picture’
Toni Braxton – ‘Yesterday’
Train – ‘Hey Soul Sister’
Two Door Cinema Club – ‘Something Good Can Work’