The band Chvrches are back with their fourth album – Screen Violence – which was released on 27 August.
Lead singer Lauren Mayberry takes us through the recording of it.
We catch up with newcomer Maisie Peters who is signed to Ed Sheeran’s record company and has just released her debut album, You Signed Up For This, with a bit of help from Ed himself.
There is new music from Kanye West, Joel Corry, Halsey, Becky Hill and the teaming of Elton John and Dua Lipa.
Plus, we find out if Ed Sheeran can make it week 10 at the top with his song Bad Habits and take a look at the top five best selling songs in the charts.
Presenter: Kim Robson (Photo: Lead singer Lauren Mayberry of the Scottish band Chvrches performs at The Biggest Weekend)
Saturday’s Top of the Pops is re-run on Sunday afternoon at 4 pm.
At the end of August, Chvrches released their new album Screen Violence — which Stereogum pop columnist Chris DeVille felt marked a return to form for the synth-pop group as they hit the 10-year mark of being a band. They’ve been popping up here and there to promote it, including a performance of “Good Girls” on Fallon.
Since the debut of their first album in the early 1990s The Manic Street Preachers have only reached the top spot in the album chart on one occasion. They are back with their 14th studio album, BBC Top of the Pops, every Saturday and Sunday on Phuket FM radio.
Public Service Broadcasting are not your usual band but well worth a listen and Coldplay latest album, Music Of The Spheres, looks very likely to continue that unstoppable run. We catch up with Coldplay to hear more about it.
Find out if Ed Sheeran and Elton John can remain at number one for a second week.