List of 2020 albums

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The following is a list of albums released or scheduled for release in 2020. The albums should be notable, which is defined as significant coverage from reliable sources that are independent of the subject. For additional information about bands formed, reformed, disbanded, or on hiatus, for deaths of musicians, and for links to musical awards, see 2020 in music.

First quarter[edit]

January[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
January
3
David Bisbal En tus Planes Signature, Wrasse [1]
Stabbing Westward Dead & Gone Industrial rock Drugstore Records [2][3]
January
10
Alexandra Savior The Archer 30th Century Records [4]
Apocalyptica Cell-0 Cello metal, symphonic metal, progressive metal Silver Lining Music [5]
The Big Moon Walking Like We Do Fiction [6]
Circa Waves Happy Prolifica Inc. [7]
Echosmith Lonely Generation Echosmith Music LLC [8]
Field Music Making a New World Memphis Industries [9]
Georgia Seeking Thrills Domino [10]
Lane 8 Brightest Lights This Never Happened [11]
Poppy I Disagree Heavy metal, pop, electropop Sumerian [12]
Rage Wings of Rage SPV/Steamhammer [13]
Selena Gomez Rare Pop, dance Interscope [14]
January
17
070 Shake Modus Vivendi Emo rap GOOD, Def Jam [15]
Algiers There Is No Year Matador [16]
...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead X: The Godless Void and Other Stories Dine Alone [17]
Anti-Flag 20/20 Vision Punk rock Spinefarm [18]
Bleed the Sky This Way Lies Madness Art is War Records [19]
Bombay Bicycle Club Everything Else Has Gone Wrong Mmm... Records, Island, Caroline, Arts & Crafts [20]
Chelsea Cutler How to Be Human Republic [21]
The Courteeners More. Again. Forever. Ignition [22]
Dustin Lynch Tullahoma Country Broken Bow [23]
Eminem Music to Be Murdered By Hip hop, horrorcore Shady, Aftermath, Interscope [24]
Francisca Valenzuela La Fortaleza Pop Sony Music Chile [25]
Gabrielle Aplin Dear Happy Never Fade Records, AWAL [26]
A Girl Called Eddy Been Around Elefant [27]
Halsey Manic Hip hop, pop rock, country, R&B Capitol [28]
Little Big Town Nightfall Country Capitol Nashville [29]
Louise Heavy Love Funk, gospel, R&B Lil Lou, Warner [30]
Mac Miller Circles Warner [31]
Mura Masa R.Y.C. Polydor [32]
Of Montreal Ur Fun Polyvinyl [33]
Pinegrove Marigold Rough Trade [34]
Sons of Apollo MMXX Progressive metal, hard rock Inside Out, Sony Music [35]
January
24
Andy Shauf The Neon Skyline Arts & Crafts, Anti- [36]
Annihilator Ballistic, Sadistic Silver Lining Music [37]
Breaking Benjamin Aurora Post-grunge, nu metal, acoustic Hollywood [38]
J Hus Big Conspiracy Afroswing Black Butter [39]
Myke Towers Easy Money Baby [40]
Nektar The Other Side Purple Pyramid [41]
Pet Shop Boys Hotspot Synth-pop, dance-pop x2 [42]
Wire Mind Hive Art punk, post-punk Pinkflag [43]
Wolf Parade Thin Mind Sub Pop [44]
January
31
Blossoms Foolish Loving Spaces Virgin EMI [45]
Chillinit The Octagon 420 Family [46]
Clint Lowery God Bless the Renegades Rise [47]
Dan Deacon Mystic Familiar Electropop, indietronica, experimental rock Domino [48]
Destroyer Have We Met Merge, Dead Oceans [49]
Drive-By Truckers The Unraveling ATO [50]
Dune Rats Hurry Up and Wait Ratbag Records, BMG [51]
Kate Ceberano, Steve Kilbey and Sean Sennett The Dangerous Age [52]
Kesha High Road Pop Kemosabe, RCA [53]
Krewella Zer0 Mixed Kids [54]
Lil Wayne Funeral Hip hop Young Money, Republic [55]
Lordi Killection Heavy metal AFM [56]
Louis Tomlinson Walls Indie rock, indie pop, pop rock, pop Arista [57]
Meghan Trainor Treat Myself Pop, EDM, hip hop, R&B Epic [58]
Poliça When We Stay Alive Memphis Industries [59]
Ryan Beatty Dreaming of David Mad Love, Interscope [60]
Squarepusher Be Up a Hello Drum and bass, jazz, ambient Warp [61]
Tall Tall Trees A Wave of Golden Things Joyful Noise [62]
Theory of a Deadman Say Nothing 604, Atlantic, Roadrunner [63]
Yellow Claw Never Dies Barong Family [64]

February[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
February
7
Ásgeir Bury the Moon One Little Indian [65]
Aubrie Sellers Far from Home Country [66]
Delain Apocalypse & Chill Symphonic metal Napalm [67]
Galantis Church Atlantic [68]
Green Day Father of All Motherfuckers Garage rock, alternative rock, garage punk Reprise [69]
HMLTD West of Eden Art punk Lucky Number Music [70]
La Roux Supervision Pop Supercolour Records [71]
The Lone Bellow Half Moon Light [72]
Loona [#] K-pop Blockberry Creative [73]
Morgan James Memphis Magnetic Hedonist Records [74]
Nada Surf Never Not Together Barsuk [75]
Oh Wonder No One Else Can Wear Your Crown Island [76]
Richard Marx Limitless Pop rock, country BMG [77]
Sepultura Quadra Thrash metal, groove metal Nuclear Blast [78]
Stone Temple Pilots Perdida Soft rock, folk, alternative rock Rhino [79]
Those Damn Crows Point of No Return Earache [80]
Trixie Mattel Barbara Surf rock Producer Entertainment Group [81]
Various artists Birds of Prey: The Album Atlantic [82]
February
14
Anvil Legal at Last AFM [83]
Beach Bunny Honeymoon Indie pop Mom + Pop [84]
A Boogie wit da Hoodie Artist 2.0 Highbridge the Label, Atlantic [85]
Carly Pearce Carly Pearce Country Big Machine [86]
Eden No Future MCMXCV, Astralwerks [87]
Hollywood Undead New Empire, Vol. 1 Rap rock, nu metal, hard rock Dove & Grenade Media, BMG [88]
Huey Lewis and the News Weather Rock BMG [89]
Jack River Stranger Heart I Oh You, Universal Australia [90]
Justin Bieber Changes R&B RBMG, Def Jam [91]
Kvelertak Splid Heavy metal, black 'n' roll Rise [92]
Monsta X All About Luv Pop Epic [93]
Nathaniel Rateliff And It's Still Alright Folk Stax [94]
New Hope Club New Hope Club Hollywood, Virgin [95]
Pentagon Universe: The Black Hall Cube [96]
Post Animal Forward Motion Godyssey Polyvinyl [97]
Puss n Boots Sister [98]
Suicide Silence Become the Hunter Nuclear Blast [99]
Tame Impala The Slow Rush Psychedelic pop, disco, progressive pop, soft rock, electronic Modular [100]
Tennis Swimmer Mutually Detrimental Label [101]
February
21
Allie X Cape God Twin Music [102]
The Amity Affliction Everyone Loves You... Once You Leave Them Metalcore Pure Noise [103]
Beneath the Massacre Fearmonger [104]
Best Coast Always Tomorrow Concord [105]
BTS Map of the Soul: 7 Big Hit [106]
COIN Dreamland [107]
Greg Dulli Random Desire Royal Cream, BMG [108]
Grimes Miss Anthropocene Industrial, pop, electropop 4AD [109]
Guided by Voices Surrender Your Poppy Field GBV Inc. [110]
King Krule Man Alive! True Panther, Matador [111]
Ozzy Osbourne Ordinary Man Heavy metal, hard rock Epic [112]
Polaris The Death of Me Sharptone [113]
Rose Cousins Bravado Outside Music [114]
Sarah Harmer Are You Gone Arts & Crafts [115]
The Word Alive Monomania Fearless [116]
February
28
Caribou Suddenly Pop, electronica Marge, City Slang [117]
Five Finger Death Punch F8 Groove metal, alternative metal, hard rock Better Noise Music [118]
James Taylor American Standard Traditional pop Fantasy [119]
Lil Baby My Turn Quality Control [120]
Lisa Loeb A Simple Trick to Happiness Pop Furious Rose [121]
Real Estate The Main Thing Indie rock Domino [122]
Soccer Mommy Color Theory Loma Vista [123]
February
29
Bad Bunny YHLQMDLG Reggaeton Rimas Entertainment [124]

March[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
March
6
Brandy Clark Your Life Is a Record Country Warner [125]
Caroline Rose Superstar [126]
Flora Cash Baby, It's Okay [127]
Hot Mulligan You'll Be Fine No Sleep [128]
Jhené Aiko Chilombo ArtClub, ARTium, Def Jam [129]
Lauv How I'm Feeling AWAL [130]
Lil Uzi Vert Eternal Atake Hip hop Roc Nation [131]
Mandy Moore Silver Landings Verve Forecast [132]
Megan Thee Stallion Suga Hip hop, R&B 1501 Certified, 300 Entertainment [133]
NCT 127 Neo Zone SM, Capitol, Caroline [134]
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Blue Moon Rising Sour Mash Records [135]
Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott Manchester Calling Pop, folk, ska, soul Virgin EMI [136]
Phantogram Ceremony Republic [137]
Silverstein A Beautiful Place to Drown Post-hardcore, pop punk UNFD [138]
Stephen Malkmus Traditional Techniques Folk rock, psychedelic rock Matador, Domino [139]
March
13
Adam Brand Speed of Life Country ABC [140]
The Boomtown Rats Citizens of Boomtown BMG [141]
Caitlyn Smith Supernova Monument [142]
Circa Waves Sad Happy Prolifica Inc. [143]
The Districts You Know I'm Not Going Anywhwere Fat Possum [144]
Don Toliver Heaven or Hell Hip hop, trap, R&B Cactus Jack [145]
Francesca Michielin Feat (stato di natura) RCA [146]
Gotthard #13 Nuclear Blast [147]
Joywave Possession Indie pop, electropop, funk, indie rock Cultco, Hollywood [148]
Niall Horan Heartbreak Weather Pop Capitol [149]
The Shires Good Years Country BMG [150]
March
19
J Balvin Colores Universal Latin [151]
March
20
Adam Lambert Velvet Funk rock, disco, glam rock, soul Empire Distribution [152]
Code Orange Underneath Metalcore, industrial hardcore Roadrunner [153]
Conan Gray Kid Krow indie pop, indie rock Republic [154]
Fleur East Fearless Platinum East [155]
Gordon Lightfoot Solo Warner Music Canada [156]
Kelsea Ballerini Kelsea Country pop Black River [157]
Låpsley Through Water XL [158]
Morrissey I Am Not a Dog on a Chain BMG [159]
Myrkur Folkesange Relapse [160]
Sarah Close And Now, We're Shining Pop The Kodiak Club, LAB [161]
The Weeknd After Hours XO, Republic [162]
March
22
Childish Gambino 3.15.20 RCA [163]
March
24
Pabllo Vittar 111 Sony Music [164]
March
26
Nine Inch Nails Ghosts V: Together Ambient The Null Corporation [165]
Nine Inch Nails Ghosts VI: Locusts The Null Corporation [165]
March
27
5 Seconds of Summer Calm Interscope [166]
The Birthday Massacre Diamonds Metropolis [167]
Brian Fallon Local Honey Lesser Known Records [168]
The Chats High Risk Behaviour Punk rock Bargain Bin Records [169]
Dua Lipa Future Nostalgia Disco, electropop, dance-pop Warner [170]
Half Waif The Caretaker Anti- [171]
In This Moment Mother Atlantic, Roadrunner [172]
Jessie Reyez Before Love Came to Kill Us FMLY, Island [173]
Joyner Lucas ADHD Twenty Nine Music Group [174]
Loud Luxury Nights Like This Armada [175]
PartyNextDoor Partymobile OVO Sound, Warner [176]
Pearl Jam Gigaton Monkeywrench, Republic [177]
San Cisco Flaws Island City Records [178]
Vanessa Carlton Love Is an Art Dine Alone [179]
March
31
Fisher Freaks Catch & Release [180]

Second quarter[edit]

April[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
April
1
Brymo Yellow Sentimental ballad, trap, sophisti-pop, shoegazing [181]
April
3
All Time Low Wake Up Sunshine Fueled by Ramen [182]
Ashley McBryde Never Will Country Warner Music Nashville [183]
Conception State of Deception [184]
Kiana Ledé Kiki [185]
M. Ward Migration Stories Anti- [186]
Mystery Jets A Billion Heartbeats Caroline [187]
Purity Ring Womb 4AD [188]
Red Declaration [189]
Ren Harvieu Revel in the Drama [190]
Sam Hunt Southside Country MCA Nashville [191]
Steve Aoki Neon Future IV Dim Mak [192]
Testament Titans of Creation Nuclear Blast [193]
Thundercat It Is What It Is Brainfeeder [194]
TOPS I Feel Alive Arbutus [195]
Violent Soho Everything Is A-OK I Oh You [196]
Yves Tumor Heaven to a Tortured Mind Warp [197]
April
10
Benighted Obscene Repressed [198]
Grey Daze Amends [199]
Maddie & Tae The Way It Feels Mercury Nashville [200]
Nightwish Human. :II: Nature. Nuclear Blast [201]
The Strokes The New Abnormal RCA, Cult [202]
Tory Lanez The New Toronto 3 Interscope [203]
April
17
Billy Ocean One World [204]
EOB Earth Capitol [205]
Fiona Apple Fetch the Bolt Cutters [206]
Jeremy Zucker Love Is Not Dying Republic [207]
Rina Sawayama Sawayama Dirty Hit [208]
White Denim World as a Waiting Room [209]
April
24
The 1975 Notes on a Conditional Form Dirty Hit, Polydor [210]
Awolnation Angel Miners & the Lightning Riders Better Noise [211]
Birds of Tokyo Human Design Eleven, EMI Australia [212]
Blanche Empire PIAS [213]
Dance Gavin Dance Afterburner Rise [214]
Katatonia City Burials Peaceville [215]
Lennon Stella Three. Two. One. Columbia [216]
Loïc Nottet Sillygomania [217]
Lucinda Williams Good Souls Better Angels Highway 20 Records [218]
Luke Bryan Born Here, Live Here, Die Here Capitol Nashville [219]
Trivium What the Dead Men Say Roadrunner [220]
Whitney Rose We Still Go to Rodeos MCG Recordings [221]

May[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
May
1
Alanis Morissette Such Pretty Forks in the Road Epiphany Music, Thirty Tigers [222]
Bleeker Self-Made Five Seven Music [223]
Car Seat Headrest Making a Door Less Open Matador [224]
Dixie Chicks Gaslighter Columbia [225]
Hailee Steinfeld TBA [226]
JoJo Good to Know Clover Music, Warner [227]
The Lemon Twigs Songs for the General Public [228]
The Psychedelic Furs Made of Rain Cooking Vinyl [229]
Pvris Use Me Warner [230]
May
8
The Airborne Toxic Event Hollywood Park Rounder [231]
Hayley Williams Petals for Armor Atlantic [232]
Margo Price That's How Rumors Get Started Loma Vista [233]
The Naked and Famous Recover Somewhat Damaged Ltd [234]
Norah Jones Pick Me Up Off the Floor Blue Note [235]
OneRepublic Human Mosley Music Group, Interscope [236]
May
15
Alicia Keys Alicia RCA [237]
Alma Have U Seen Her? Polydor [238]
Bon Jovi Bon Jovi: 2020 Island [239]
Declan McKenna Zeros Columbia [240]
Jason Isbell Reunions Southeastern Records [241]
Perfume Genius Set My Heart on Fire Immediately Matador [242]
Sparks A Steady Drip, Drip, Drip BMG [243]
Weezer Van Weezer Atlantic, Crush [244]
May
22
Max Colour Vision [245]
May
29
Alec Benjamin These Two Windows Atlantic [246]
Hockey Dad Brain Candy Farmer & The Owl [247]
Jack Garratt Love, Death & Dancing Island [248]
The Killers Imploding the Mirage Island [249]
New Found Glory Forever + Ever x Infinity Hopeless [250]
Static-X Project Regeneration Volume 1 [251]
TBA Pop Smoke TBA [252]

June[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
June
2
The Rentals Q36 [253]
June
5
Ellie Goulding TBA Polydor [254][255]
Jessie Ware What's Your Pleasure? PMR, Friends Keep Secrets, Interscope [256]
Kaleo Surface Sounds Atlantic [257]
June
12
Deep Purple Whoosh! earMUSIC [258]
E^ST I'm Doing It Warner Music Australia [259]
Kree Harrison Chosen Family Tree [260]
Larkin Poe Self Made Man Tricki-Woo Records [261]
Spacey Jane Sunlight AWAL [262]
Steven Wilson The Future Bites Caroline [263]
June
19
Gordi Our Two Skins Liberation [264]

Third quarter[edit]

July[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
July
10
DMA's The Glow I Oh You [265]
July
17
Bush The Kingdom [266]
July
24
Cub Sport Like Nirvana Cub Sport [267][268]

August[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
August
14
Biffy Clyro A Celebration of Endings 14th Floor, Warner [269]

September[edit]

Release date Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
TBA Adele TBA [270]

Unscheduled and TBA[edit]

Artist Album Genre Label Ref.
6lack TBA [271]
AJ Mitchell Skyview Epic [272]
Ally Brooke TBA Atlantic [273]
Angels & Airwaves TBA Rise, BMG [274][275]
Ava Max TBA Pop Atlantic [276][277]
Cardi B TBA Atlantic [278]
A Day to Remember You're Welcome [279]
Deftones TBA [280]
Demi Lovato TBA [281]
Dinah Jane TBA [282]
The Doobie Brothers TBA Rock [283]
Drake TBA [284]
Evanescence TBA [285]
Everything Everything TBA [286]
Gabbie Hanna This Time Next Year [287]
Haim Women in Music Pt. III Columbia [288]
J. Cole The Fall Off Dreamville [289]
Janet Jackson Black Diamond Rhythm Nation [290]
John Legend TBA [291]
Jonas Brothers TBA Republic [292]
Katy Perry TBA Capitol [293]
Kid Cudi Entergalactic Wicked Awesome, Republic [294]
Kygo Golden Hour [295]
Lady Gaga Chromatica Interscope [296]
Lana Del Rey Violet Bent Backwards Over the Grass Spoken word Polydor, Interscope [297]
Lana Del Rey White Hot Forever [298]
Lauren Jauregui TBA Columbia [299]
Little Mix TBA RCA [300]
Liz Phair Soberish [301]
Machine Gun Kelly Tickets to My Downfall Bad Boy, Interscope [302]
Madison Beer Life Support Epic [303]
Major Lazer Lazerism Mad Decent [304]
Megadeth TBA [305]
Melanie Martinez After School Atlantic [306]
Migos Culture III Quality Control [307]
Netsky TBA Hospital [308]
Normani TBA RCA [309]
Porter Robinson Nurture Mom + Pop [310]
Run the Jewels Run the Jewels 4 [311]
Sam Smith TBA Capitol [312]
Samantha Jade TBA Sony Australia [313]
Sanctuary Transmutation [314]
Schoolboy Q TBA [315]
Scorpions TBA [316]
Swae Lee TBA [317]
SZA TBA [318]
Zedd TBA Interscope [319]

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