Here are the top three albums you'll want to get your hands on this November. From Taylor Swift's first album in three years, to the legend that is Morrissey, one of the world's most influential musicians. Last but not least is Greenday, who have released an album containing their greatest hits (Yes we feel old)!
TAYLOR SWIFT’S REPUTATION
Swift’s first studio album in three years (yes, it’s been that long since 1989) lands November 10. “Look What You Made Me Do” has already broken records (we still don’t get the fascination with Right Said Fred, but hey, it got everyone’s attention) so we’re expecting plenty of Taylor’s tunes on our airwaves over the coming months.
MORRISSEY’S LOW IN HIGH SCHOOL
One of the world’s most influential musicians and thinkers, Morrissey releases his 11th studio album on November 17. His first since 2014, it features sardonic single “Spent the Day in Bed” alongside 11 other tracks which in typical Morrissey form insightfully hold a mirror up to society, politics and authority.
GREEN DAY’S GREATEST HITS: GOD’S FAVORITE BAND
The fact that Billie Joe and Co are old enough to release a (proper) greatest hits album may depress us, but we’re welcoming a celebration of the oeuvre one of the world’s coolest, and universally adored, punk rock bands ever. Yes, “American Idiot” is on it, plus new track “Back in the USA”. And it lands November 17.