Spring is coming, along with a lot of feel-good music. It's been a cold winter, but OneRepublic will help you 'Feel Again' with their third studio album 'Native.' It's the band's first album since 2009 and features the hit single 'If I Lose Myself.' Additionally, fans have been eagerly anticipating Justin Timberlake's return to music. His new solo album 'The 20/20 Experience' is expected to drop on March 19 and includes his single 'Suit & Tie' which features Jay-Z. It's Timberlake's first album in seven years, after focusing on acting and other business ventures. His last album 'FutureSex/LoveSounds' topped the charts and spawned six successful singles.
Speaking of returns, David Bowie is making a huge one. 'The Next Day' will be the 24th studio album released by Bowie, but his first in a decade. Bowie and his producer recorded the 14-track album in secret over a two year period. The album features all original material, including his first single 'Where Are We Now?' which has generated a lot of buzz in the classic rock community. Meanwhile, Bon Jovi is set to release their 12th studio album titled 'What About Now.' Expect the new album to be featured in Bon Jovi's upcoming 'Because We Can' tour, named after the band's uplifting first single.
New Wave rockers Depeche Mode will release their 13th studio album 'Delta Machine' on March 22. The synth-pop record was produced by Ben Hillier and mixed by Flood. It will also be followed by a world tour that will kick off in Israel. Nearly two years after their last album, indie rock band The Strokes are back with 'Comedown Machine.' It's the band's 5th studio album and features plenty of leftover material from their previous album 'Angels.' That album topped the Billboard Rock and Alternative charts, so fans have a lot to look forward to.
Finally, Lil Wayne will be releasing 'I Am Not a Human Being II.' The album's release date has been delayed many times and includes recorded material from 2011 to the present. The album is Wayne's first in two years and will feature Drake, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, and Nicki Minaj, among others. Three successful singles have already been released including most recently 'Love Me' featuring Drake and Future.
Take a look at the full list of new music releases for March 2013, including the week of their release dates below:
Blanche Blanche Blanche, 'Wooden Ball'
Boz Scaggs, 'Memphis'
Caitlin Rose, 'The Stand-In'
Dido, 'Girl Who Got Away'
Hollis Brown, 'Ride On The Train'
How To Destroy Angels, 'Welcome Oblivion'
Inna, 'Party Never Ends'
Javelin, 'Hi Beams'
John Murry, 'The Graceless Age'
Kate Nash, 'Girl Talk'
Making Movies, 'A La Deriva'
Ólöf Arnald, 'Sudden Elevation'
Robyn Hitchcock, 'Love From London'
Son Volt, 'Honky Tonk'
Stubborn Heart, 'Stubborn Heart'
Superhuman Happiness, 'Hands'
Suuns, 'Images Du Futur'
The Cave Singers, 'Naomi'
They Might Be Giants, 'Nanobots'
Young Dreams, 'Between Places'
Youth Lagoon, 'Wondrous Bughouse'
David Bowie, 'The Next Day'
Devendra Banhart, 'Mala'
Megan Hitty, 'It Happens All the Time'
Mindless Behavior, 'All Around The World'
Off With Their Heads, 'Home'
Rachel Zeffira, 'The Deserters'
The Mary Onettes, 'Hit The Waves'
Alpha Rev, 'Bloom'
And So I Watch You From Afar, 'All Hail Bright Futures'
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, 'Specter at the Feast'
Brandt Brauer Frick, 'Miami'
Draco Rosa, 'Vida'
Fol Chen, 'The False Alarms'
Heidi Happy, 'On The Hills'
Josh Rouse, 'The Happiness Waltz'
Justin Timberlake, 'The 20/20 Experience'
Low, 'The Invisible Way'
Marnie Stern, 'The Chronicles of Marnia'
Tecia, 'We Are The Lucky Ones'
The Black Crowes, 'Wiser For the Time'
William Tyler, 'Impossible Truth'
Bon Jovi, 'What About Now'
Depeche Mode, 'Delta Machine'
Julian Lynch, 'Lines'
Lil Wayne, 'I Am Not a Human Being II'
Melanie Amaro, 'Truly'
Sevendust, 'Black Out of the Sun'
Smoke Fairies, 'Blood Speaks'
The Strokes, 'Comedown Machine'
Wavves, 'Afraid of Heights'
Wax Idols, 'Discipline & Desire'