This week's music releases sees a sleuth of new albums and singles from some unexpected faces. From Backstreet Boys, to 'MmmBop''s Hanson, you'd be mistaken for thinking we were back in the 90's. We've also got Olly Murs' and Imagine Dragons' new albums, a Beatles re-release, and Jonas Blue's debut.
Muse - ‘Simulation Theory’
The Devon lads are back to rock your socks off. The band's eighth studio album sees them go full-on 80's - just listen to that opening track's synth. Check out their YouTube channel to see the premiere of three new videos today too.
Imagine Dragons - ‘Origins’
Six years on from their debut album 'Night Visions', Imagine Dragons haven't yet taken a break from releasing music. Their track 'Zero' will feature on Disney's upcoming animation sequel 'Ralph Breaks The Internet'.
Cheryl - Love Made Me Do It’
The ex-Girl's Aloud singer has returned with some new material. Apparently not about any of her exes in particular, she's definitely not holding back on her new track.
The Beatles - ‘The Beatles (White Album)’
The Beatles self-titled album (known as the 'White Album' also) sees it's 50th anniversary re-release for your collection.
Jonas Blue - ‘Blue’
Jonas Blue's debut album 'Blue' offers all of his hits you didn't know were from the producer. He rocketed to fame in 2016 with a re-hash of Tracy Chapman's 'Fast Cars' and his recent track 'Polaroid' features Liam Payne.
Olly Murs - ‘You Know I Know’
This album is a double offering, coming with a second CD with Olly's greatest hits. His single 'Moves' features the one and only Snoop Dogg, and the music video features a great bartender in Rowan Atkinson.
Backstreet Boys - ‘Chances’
Ahead of their new album release 'DNA' in January, the boys have released their second single, if you can believe it. They've also just announced an Irish tour date this morning.
Hanson - ‘String Theory’
The 90's called, and they want to know what the hell is happening. With 23 songs of Hanson goodness, including a re-do of 'MmmBop', what's not to love?
Jeff Goldblum & The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra - ‘The Capitol Studios Sessions’
Just when you thought the man couldn't get any cooler, he releases his own jazz album. The all-live track listing even features our own Imelda May on 'Come On-A-My House'.