Oh boy, it's so close to December we can almost smell it. The last day of November brings with it quite a hefty amount of new music dropping today. As well as the big-hitters, there's also releases from David Bowie, Katherine Jenkins, Zayn, Alessia Cara, and Chance the Rapper.
The 1975 - 'A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships'
The indie-rockers third album is their first of two new releases within the next six months. Thankfully a shorter name than their previous album, 'A Brief Enquiry' has been garnering praise from fans and critics alike. We expect this to rocket up the album chart, as Matty Healy and co have a solid following - and rightly so.
Mark Ronson ft Miley Cyrus - 'Nothing Breaks Like a Heart'
Miley Cyrus has re-emerged onto the music scene, and so has Mark Ronson. This is Ronson's first new track in six years, and it's a disco-country sad-banger of sorts, and fans have been dissecting it all morning. The pair are expected to perform the single on 'The Graham Norton Show' next Friday, December 6th.
Clean Bandit - 'What is Love?'
The group's first album since 2014's 'New Eyes' is a culmination of their hits over the past couple of years. Their newest single is 'Baby' featuring Marina and the Diamonds. Clean Bandit have been announced for next year's Sea Sessions in Donegal.
Zayn - 'Rainberry'
The ex-One Directioner has released another new single from his upcoming album, 'Icarus Falls' which releases in December.
David Bowie - 'Glastonbury 2000'
This release is sure to entice all of Bowie's fans. The double CD release is a fully live album from Bowie's set at Glastonbury in 2000.
Alessia Cara - 'The Pains of Growing'
The lead single from the Canadian singer's second studio album is 'Growing Pains' which was released earlier this year. Cara contributed 'How Far I'll Go' to Disney's 'Moana' soundtrack.
Chance the Rapper - Two new singles
Chance has been good enough to release two new songs today. The three-time Grammy Award-winning rapper for 'Colouring Book' has released six new singles so far in 2018.
Katherine Jenkins - 'Guiding Light'
Jenkins' 12th studio album could be the Christmas present your mam's been waiting for. The Welsh operatic singer sounds like the perfect soundtrack to keep you warm this winter.