Music retail braced for 'really big' Q4 titles

Andre Paine

Music retail is optimistic about this year’s Q4 line-up, despite uncertainty about the potential impact of Brexit and a lower volume of titles for the gifting period.

Key releases include the Frozen II soundtrack, the return of Q4 favourites Ball & Boe, Westlife and Rod Stewart with an orchestral hits album, alongside a comeback from Celine Dion.

As well as continuing sales for releases by Lewis Capaldi, Ed Sheeran and Liam Gallagher, there are rumours of late releases dropping from ...

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