After scoring two back-to-back Number 1 albums with Alfie Boe, can Michael Ball make it three-in-a-row with his first solo album in five years?
The musical theatre star, singer and broadcaster releases Coming Home To You this this, which could mark his first chart-topping album as a soloist since 1992.
Michael faces stiff competition from a flurry of other new records, including Britpop legends Sleeper who have put out their first album in 21 years, called The Modern Age. Singer-songwriter Lucy Rose also unveils her fourth studio album No Words Left.
Elsewhere, Australian rising star Dean Lewis releases his debut record A Place We Knew and London-Irish singer and rapper Maverick Sabre returns with his third studio album When I Wake Up.
On the singles front, Lighthouse Family are back with their first new single in 17 years titled My Salvation, Will Young trails his seventh studio album Lexicon with electropop track All The Songs, and Lizzo teams up with Missy Elliott for body-positive anthem Tempo.
More new songs come from Catfish and the Bottlemen, Two Door Cinema Club, Logic and Marina.