Today’s new releases: Wolf Alice, Everything Everything and more

Plus new albums from Leon Bridges, Bully, Gwilym Gold and Son Lux

Wolf Alice and Everything Everything lead this week’s new releases with their new albums.

‘My Love Is Cool’ is Wolf Alice’s debut album and is released via Dirty Hit (The 1975). The album features singles ‘Bros’, ‘Giant Peach’ and ‘You’re A Germ’.

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The ‘My Love Is Cool’ tracklisting is:

‘Turn To Dust’
‘Your Loves Whore’
‘You’re A Germ’
‘Giant Peach’
‘Soapy Water’
‘The Wonderwhy’

Speaking previously about the LP, the band described the record as a “mix of genres”, with singer Ellie Rowsell telling NME that “It’s 100 percent not a grunge record. It’s a much braver record than that”.

Rowsell added: “We’ve been making sounds that don’t necessarily sound like guitar and experimenting with the way we use our voices. We’ve tried to match the emotion of the songs in how they’re performed and recorded, tried to make a sad song really feel and sound sad.”

Drummer Joel Amey continued that fans would be surprised by the sounds on the record, “because they surprised me when listening back to them. I’m kind of shocked we’ve made certain sounds – they’re really experimental and poppy. ‘What a guitar band can do’, in inverted commas, or what’s expected of us, we don’t want to settle for that.”

Meanwhile, Everything Everything release their third album, ‘Get To Heaven’.

The album is the latest record from the band, following the release of 2010’s ‘Man Alive’ and 2013’s ‘Arc’.

The band recently confirmed a series of live dates for later this year. They will kick things off in Cardiff on November 7, before heading to Bexhill, Portsmouth, Nottingham, Glasgow, Newcastle, Birmingham, Sheffield, Cambridge, Bristol, London and their home city of Manchester. See the dates in full below.

Everything Everything’s UK dates are as follows:

Cardiff Great Hall (November 7)
Bexhill De la Warr Pavillion (8)
Portsmouth Pyramid (9)
Nottingham Rock City (11)
Glasgow ABC (12)
Newcastle Academy (13)
Birmingham Academy (14)
Sheffield Leadmill (16)
Cambridge Junction (17)
Bristol 02 Academy (18)
London Brixton Academy (20)
Manchester Apollo (21)

Today also sees the release of new records from Leon Bridges, Bully, Gwilym Gold and Son Lux while Conor Oberst, best known as Bright Eyes, returns with his former band Deseparecidos and their second album ‘Payola’.

This week’s new album and EP releases:

Bully – ‘Feels Like’
Cayucas – ‘Dancing at the Blue Lagoon’
Creepoid – ‘Cemetery Highrise Slum’
Desaparecidos – ‘Payola’
Everything Everything – ‘Get To Heaven’
Gwilym Gold – ‘A Paradise’
Kacey Musgraves – ‘Pageant Material’
Leon Bridges – ‘Coming Home’
Oscar – ‘Beautiful Words’ [EP]
Son Lux – ‘Bones’
Wolf Alice – ‘My Love is Cool’

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