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New music for September 2018

Written by · Published Aug 30, 2018

Egypt Station, Always In Between

Paul McCartney - Egypt Station

If anyone was wondering why Paul McCartney has been popping up everywhere recently, here is the answer: a new album release. It features the singles I Don’t Know and Come On To Me.

Christine and the Queens - Chris

Two years after Christine and the Queens played Latitude with songs from Chaleur Humaine they are back with a new album, Chris. Héloïse has cut both the name of the group and her hair to re-invent herself.

Paul Simon - In the Blue Light

The legendary songwriter releases his 14th studio album. He takes some of his favourite songs from his back catalogue and re-imagines them, giving them a fresh perspective.

The Doors - Shot to Pieces

This is a rehearsal broadcast from 1969 featuring Jim Morrison and the rest of the band from around the time of The Soft Parade.

Rod Stewart - Blood Red Roses

Rod Stewart is a local favourite, having performed twice to sold out crowds at Portman Road.

Jess Glynne - Always In Between

It is three years since Jess released I Cry When I Laugh, which cemented her reputation as a top singer and songwriter. The new album includes Thursday, co-written with Ed Sheeran.

Joe Strummer - 001

001 is a compilation of Strummer’s work post-Clash with the 101ers and The Mescaleros as well as some of his solo work.

Richard Thompson - 13 Rivers

This new albums from the renowned guitarist and singer-songwriter will be supported by a tour in October, which includes a date in Cambridge.

Brandon King

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