New Releases

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

Every week here at Official Charts we compile our fancy list of single, album and home entertainment releases; bringing you the latest music you need to know about. Let's dive into this week's, shall we?

On the singles front, Aitch follows up smash Number 2 hit Baby with 1989, the latest track to be released from his upcoming debut album. The Mancunian rapper will finally drop his first LP Close To Home this summer.

Meanwhile, Rina Sawayama returns with the anthemic This Hell. With hints of Lady Gaga and Shania Twain (even including that iconic Man! I Feel Like A Woman! 'let's go girls' intro), the single's the first to be taken from Rina's second studio album Hold The Girl, released September 2nd.

Conan Gray also returns this week with Yours, ahead of the release of his second studio album Superache on June 24th.

Mabel hopes to recreate the success of recent Clean Bandit collab Tick Tock as she teams up with 24kGoldn once again on Overthinking, while Diana Ross and Tame Impala release their collaboration Turn Up The Sunshine. The feel-good tune serves as the lead single from the Minions: The Rise of Gru movie soundtrack.

On the albums front, Harry Styles releases his long-awaited third studio album Harry's House on the back of six-week-strong Number 1 single As It Was. Meanwhile, Jack Savoretti releases a deluxe edition of his Number 1 record Europiana. Europiana Encore includes six brand new tracks, including latest single You Don't Have to Say You Love Me.

This week also sees Rick Astley reissue 1987 Number 3 album Whenever You Need Somebody, fully remastered for 2022.

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

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