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Albums to look forward to in 2022

There are some big albums coming in the next twelve months.

Though there’s always the odd surprise that even we couldn’t predict – who’d have had ABBA coming back the way they did in 2021? – here’s our guide to those we know about and some heavily rumored long players we suspect will be coming in 2022.


Fontaines DC – Skinty Fia (April 22)

Bloc Party – Alpha Games (April 29)

Blossoms- Ribbon Around The Bomb (April 29)

Kehlani – Blue Water Road (April 29)

Miranda Lambert- Palomino (April 29)

Rammstein – Zeit (April 29)

Pictured: Fontaines D.C.

Rokysopp – Profound Mysteries (April 29)

Thunder – Dopamine (April 29)

Tomberlin – I Don’t Know Who Needs To Hear This (April 29)

Watain – The Agony and Ecstasy Of (April 29)

Willie Nelson – A Beautiful Time (April 29)


Arcade Fire – We (May 6)

Ella Mai – Heart On My Sleeve (May 6)

Emeli Sande – Let’s Say For Instance (May 6)

Jack Harlow – Come Home, The Kids Miss You (May 6)

After a breakout 2021, the Kentucky MC has his sights set on the big time on his sophomore album.

Orville Peck – Bronco (May 6)

Sigrid – How To Let Go (May 6)

Soft Cell – Happiness Not Included (May 6)

Warpaint – Radiate Like This (May 6)

Black Keys – Dropout Boogie (May 13)

Craig David – 22 (May 13)

Pictured: Harry Styles

Florence + The Machine – Dance Fever (May 13)

Kendrick Lamar – Mr Morale & The Big Steppers (May 13)

It’s been a long time coming, but the Compton MC will finally be releasing the follow-up to 2017’s critically acclaimed Damn.

Harry Styles – Harry’s House (May 20)

Harry’s upcoming third album, trailed by his second solo Number 1 single, As It Was.

Jack Savoretti – Europiana (Encore) (May 20)

Lykke Li – Eyeye (May 20)

Porridge Radio – Waterside, Diving Board, Ladder To The Sky (May 20)

Alfie Templeman – Mellow Moon (May 27)

Deff Leppard – Diamond Star Halos (May 27)

Liam Gallagher – C’Mon You Know (May 27)

Liam will be looking to secure his third consecutive Number 1 solo album.

Tate McRae – I Used To Think I Could Fly (May 27)

Will Young – 20 Years: The Greatest Hits (May 27)


Angel Olsen – Big Time (June 3)

Hudson Taylor – Searching For Answers (June 3)

Post Malone – Twelve Carat Toothache (June 3)

BTS – Proof (June 10)

The name for the newest album by the K-pop juggernaut has been revealed! Proof impacts June 10. Get ready!

Carrie Underwood – Denim & Rhinestones (June 10)

George Ezra – Gold Rush Kid (June 10)

Foals – Life Is Yours (June 17)

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Pictured: George Ezra

Genius Perfume – Ugly Season (June 17)

Conan Gray – Superache (June 24)

Madonna – Finally Enough Love (June 24)

The queen of pop’s ambitious re-release of her back catalog begins with the just-announced Finally Enough Love, a bumper remix collection of some of her greatest hits, given new life by some of dance music’s most talented artists.

MUNA – MUNA (June 24)

Soccer Mommy – Sometimes, Forever (June 24)


Imagine Dragons – Mercury Acts 1 & 2 (July 1)

Rae Morris – Rachel@Fairyland (July 8)

Beabadoobe – Beatopia (July 15)

Lizzo – Special (July 15)

Lizzo’s fourth album has been in the works for three solid years. Launch single About Damn Time is a sparkly disco self-help anthem, and Max Martin is apparently heavily involved in the rest of the tracklist.

Noah Cyrus – The Hardest Part (July 15)

Superorganism – World Wide Pop (July 15)

Deaf Havana- The Present Is A Foreign Land (July 22)

Jack White – Entering Heaven Alive (July 22)

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Pictured: Maggie Rogers

Odesza – The Last Goodbye (July 22)

Oh Wonder – 22 Make (July 22)

Sports Team – Gulp! (July 22)

The Kooks – 10 Tracks To Echo In The Dark (July 22)

Jamie T – The Theory of Whatever (July 29)

Maggie Rogers – Surrender (July 29)


Lauv – All 4 Nothing (August 5)

Muse – Will Of The People (August 26)

Release dates TBA

a-ha – True North

Altered Images – TBA

Arctic Monkeys -TBA

Beyoncé -TBA

Brockhampton – The Final Album


Carly Rae Jepsen – TBA

Check out everything we know about Carly’s new Western Wind era here.

Christine & The Queens -TBA

The Cure -TBA

Depeche Mode – TBA

Dove Cameron – T.B.A.

Dua Lipa – TBA

Hard-Fi – TBA

Janet Jackson – Black Diamond

Jesy Nelson – T.B.A.

Kasabian -TBA

Kelis – TBA

LCD sound system -TBA

Lily Allen – T.B.A.

Lizzo -TBA

Mariah Carey – TBA

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Neneh Cherry – TBA

Noel Gallagher -TBA

Ozzy Osbourne – TBA


Rihanna -TBA

Robert Williams -TBA

Sabrina Carpenter – TBA

Shania Twain – TBA

Sky Ferreira – Masochism

Sky’s mythical second album could be on the way – a new single, Don’t Forget, is incoming after nearly 4 years of silence.


SZA- TBA Summer

Taylor Swift – TBA

There’s likely to be more (Taylor’s Versions) coming: there’s just Taylor Swift, Speak Now, 1989 and Reputation left to go!

Tove Lo – TBA


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