Records round-up: 6th-12th July

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This week’s round-up includes Sia’s eagerly-awaited 1000 Forms of Fear as well as seeing the beginning of Jess Glynne’s independent musical career after featuring in hit tracks ‘Rather Be’ and ‘My Love’.

 

 

Albums

Sia: 1000 Forms of Fear

sia-1000-forms-of-fear-album-cover1000 Forms of Fear marks a return for Sia, with the album being her first release in four years. The new album, which is released Monday, is the Australian singer-songwriter’s sixth album following 2010’s We Are Born. In recent years, Sia has featured in hit singles ‘Titanium’, ‘Wild Ones’ and ‘She Wolf’ where she began to acquire larger commercial recognition. ‘Chandelier’, the lead single taken from the upcoming album, is Sia’s most successful single yet and therefore the album is likely to follow the same pattern. 1000 Forms of Fear is available to stream on iTunes now and available for purchase Monday.

Singles

The Vamps – ‘Somebody To You’ feat. Demi Lovato

the-vamps-somebody-to-you-artwork-1400241487-custom-0‘Somebody To You’ is the latest single to be taken from The Vamps’ début self-titled album. On the track, the pop rock band collaborate with Demi Lovato, who featured on another records round-up recently with the release of her latest single ‘Neon Lights’. ‘Somebody To You’ is the fourth single from The Vamps’ album (which reached number two in the UK charts) and follows the likes of ‘Can We Dance’ and ‘Last Night’. Listen to the track that is available to buy tomorrow below.

Jess Glynne – ‘Right Here’

jess-glynne-right-here1Jess Glynne releases her début single as a lead artist tomorrow with ‘Right Here’. Glynne has previously featured in hit number one tracks ‘Rather Be’ and ‘My Love’ but has yet had a hit independently. The 24 year-old British singer-songwriter can be seen below in the ‘Right Here’ video, which features Glynne herself, Dalmatians and hair-whipping.

 

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