New Releases

Check out this week's new single, album, DVD and Blu-ray releases.

We have a whole raft of excellent pop singles landing this New Music Friday. Leading the charge is Charli XCX, who has teamed up with Rina Sawayama for Beg For You, which contains a great sample of September's 00s dance classic Cry For You. It's the latest taste of Charli's last-hurrah as a major label artist, her fifth album Crash, which is released March 18.

Elsewhere, Grimes continues her progression in to pop stardom with the ludicrously titled Shinigami Eyes. Taking its name from the manga series Death Note, the concept may go over your head but the repetitive chorus -  which sounds like a Hi-NRG track taken from a late-career Girls Aloud album, tbh - will not. 

Tove Lo also returns this week with the synth-pop delicacy How Long, taken from the latest season of Euphoria's soundtrack. Electronic auteur James Blake also offers a second Euphoria addition.

Finally, we have some possible big new singles from Brazillian pop star Anitta who has teamed up with super-producer Max Martin for Boys Don't Cry, while George Ezra prepares for the launch of his third album with the perky Anyone For You.

Albums-wise this week, Danish pop star MØ has released her new album Motordome, which only adds to the hoardes of upcoming car themed records on the horizon, including Charli's own Crash and Rosalia's Motomami. Did every pop star watch Titane over Christmas? 

Check out and preview this week's new singles, albums and DVD/Blu-ray releases below:

New Releases

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Title, Artist
DUNE
DUNE
GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE
GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE
LAST NIGHT IN SOHO
LAST NIGHT IN SOHO
VERA - SERIES 11
VERA - SERIES 11