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New music for March 2017

Written by · Published Feb 28, 2017

Laura Marling and Ed Sheeran's new album covers

The Shins - Heartworms

Any new music by The Shins is a cause for rejoicing in my book. This is the first studio album since Port of Morrow in 2012. Frontman James Mercer has been keeping busy with several side projects, most recently as half of Broken Bells with super producer Danger Mouse.

Alison Krauss - Windy City

An album of classic covers originally recorded by C&W luminaries like Glen Campbell, Willie Nelson and Brenda Lee.

Laura Marling - Semper Femina

Semper Femina is Laura’s 6th studio album in a little over 9 years. It is a record that addresses questions of how society views sexuality and gender but without seeking to provide definitive answers. Semper Femina is a typically mature and raw listen by one of our most talented and prolific young musicians.

Ed Sheeran - Divide

Latest CD from Framlingham’s finest. Songs from the album have already topped the singles chart. Shape Of You and Castle on the Hill, the 2 singles released so far, have received over 1 billion combined streams on Spotify.

Frances - Things I’ve Never Said

This one has hit album written all over it. Things I’ve Never Said finds Frances working alongside collaborators such as Greg Kurstin (Adele), Jimmy Napes (Sam Smith, Alicia Keys) and Howard Lawrence (Disclosure). Frances was nominated for the Brits Critics’ Choice Award in 2016 and her music has been streamed over 30 million times.

Paul Weller - Jawbone

Seven song soundtrack to the boxing film Jawbone starring Ray Winstone.

Take That - Wonderland

It will be hard to avoid this one. This new album is due out on 24 March.

Brandon King

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