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So, we're already on our second #NewMusicFriday of the month and Friday 9th November hasn't given us much in terms of noteworthy singles. However, it has provided us with several new albums that will keep our gym headphones blasting for the next week (or even longer).
A global name, Imagine Dragons have some pretty impressive stats - the most streamed rock band on Spotify with over 37.5m monthly listeners, being one. Their single Radioactive released way-back in 2012, spent 87 weeks in the top 100, making it the longest-running single to do so in Billboard history.
Fast-track 6 years and Imagine Dragons are back with Origins, their new 15-track studio album and it's quite literally music to our ears. A rock band relatable to the mainstream, give them a listen below.
Muse are back with their latest album Simulation Theory, the eighth studio album by the English rock band. The synth-rock album began its creation in early 2017, before being interrupted by their mid-year tour of North America.
Simulation Theory takes influence from science fiction and 1980s pop culture with each track providing a unique listening experience, with several that are certainly pre-gym worthy to build that hype...
Check out the album below.
You know Olly Murs, right? That's him, X Factor's wonder-artist that has propelled to worldwide fame since his second place finish in The X Factor 2009.
With several number 1's to his name such as Troublemaker and Heart Skips a Beat, Murs is back with his latest album t I Know You Know packed with 29 tracks! Featuring artists such as Snoop Dogg, Flo Rida, Travie McCoy and more, this album has a little bit for everyone with light-hearted lyrics and catchy beats. Take a listen...
London-based grime MC Fredo recently shot into the limelight recently with his feature on Dave's number 1 hit Funky Friday, gaining a huge following and appreciation for his music.
He's back with his very first single titled BMT from his forthcoming debut album, set to be a huge future release... the details of which are being kept under wraps it seems. Watch the video for BMT below: