From ABBA’s ‘Voyage’ to Adele’s ‘30’, here are ten exciting albums releasing this November 2021.
With countless singles and albums released each month, it’s pretty much an impossible task to keep track of all the latest music releases. From old-school rock to alternative to modern rap to mainstream pop, here are ten music albums releasing this November 2021.
Fellow melophiles, make sure you’re in the know with what’s new in the music world with our reoccurring monthly column where we pick out and feature ten music albums releasing that month.
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- ‘Voyage’ by ABBA
- ‘It’ll All Make Sense In The End’ by James Arthur
- ‘Thank you’ by Diana Ross
- ‘Kid A Mnesia’ by Radiohead
- ‘Chaotic Wonderland by TOMORROW X TOGETHER
- ‘Red (Taylor’s version)’ by Taylor Swift
- ‘Between Us’ by Little Mix
- ‘Music for Psychedelic Therapy’ by Jon Hopkins
- ‘30’ by Adele
- ‘The Bridge’ by Sting
Finally, after 40 years, we’re blessed with an ABBA album. The Swedish super troupes are back with Voyage this November 2021. The upcoming album will be a mixture of old and mostly new songs, and will of course nod to the passing of time. We now have a new ABBA album to sing our hearts out to. Bon Voyage.
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The multi-platinum recording artist is back with another beautiful album. This guitar-driven project will feature 14 songs, including already-released September, Emily, and Medicine. We’re expecting more heartfelt ballads, vulnerable lyrics, and cinematic visuals.
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The singer’s 25th studio album Thank You is a window to this pop and disco star’s musical career. The 13-track album will carry a whiff of nostalgia and feature a diverse selection of songs from various genres. Thank you, Diana Ross, for this album.
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Although we’re still replaying Creep, English rock band Radiohead is releasing a new album this coming Friday. This soon-to-release album is a coming-of-age edition of the two existing albums Kid A and Amnesiac, and will feature a new album Kid Amnesiae.
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Chaotic Wonderland is the first Japanese-language extended play by South Korean boy band TOMORROW X TOGETHER. The pioneering EP features four tracks in total: Making of Jacket Photos, Magic, 0x1=Lovesong (I know I Love You), Ito, MOA Diary (Dubaddu Wari Wari).
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Granted, this is not exactly a new album. It is, however, a second re-recorded edition of the widely-loved album Red. This new-but-the-same rerelease is part of Taylor Swift’s quest to rerecord her previous six albums. Brace yourselves for that Taylor Swift charm we love, nostalgia, and unheard songs.
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The girl band’s greatest hits album is releasing this November 2021. This 23-track album will feature some old classics including Black Magic, Shoutout to my Ex, DNA, and will also feature some brand new tracks.
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English electronic musician is releasing an album that has elements of various genres including ambient, classical, and drone. The album closer Sit Around the Fire was released a few months back.
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Get your tissues ready because Adele’s fourth studio album releases this month. 30 is a personal album, one that is inspired by her divorce, motherhood, and the scrutiny of fame. In case this isn’t exciting enough, there’s a single on the album titled I Drink Wine. Us, too, Adele. Us, too.
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Iconic English musician is back with his fifteenth studio album. In The Bridge, the multitalented Sting ruminates on issues like personal loss, disruption, and political turmoil. The album will feature ten tracks.
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