It's that time of the week! Here are five of the very best artworks for this week's Creative New Music Friday including credits for all the creators involved.

1. A Great Big World – Particles

The title of A Great Big World’s third album, Particles, was inspired by the band’s belief that “the entire universe and all of its mysteries exist in every particle, and each of us is made up of tiny particles containing the whole.”

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2. Kat Von D – Love Made Me Do It

Working alongside several fellow musicians, Kat Von D used her time in lockdown to write and record new music, resulting in Love Made Me Do It - a 12-track collection of songs and beautifully dark and personal journey into the artist’s soul.

3. Sugar Horse – The Live Long After

Bristol rockers Sugar Horse are releasing their long-awaited debut LP. Lyrically based around the fear of the unknown, The Live Long After is a caustic, visceral, and highly engaging listen. 

4. Children Collide – Time Itself

​​Time Itself is the fourth studio album for Australian psychedelic punk popsters Children Collide - and their first since 2012. Expect the usual fabulously fun, fuzzfest from the band alongside many subtle musical influences that lead Johnny Mackay has ingested via his time on other projects.

5. Wormwood – Arkivet

Wormwood are back with their new album Arkivet (The Archive) detailing mankind’s inability to take care of the earth.