New on iTunes: New music from Future, early access to Insurgent, discounts on inaugural TV seasons
In new music, rapper Future has released his third studio album, DS2. Alt-rock band Wilco has also released a new album, Star Wars, which is available for free. There's also How Does It Feel, the second studio album from MS MR and a digital exclusive to iTunes. Finally, pre-orders are also up for the latest album from Keith Richards, Crosseyed Heart, with the albums first single available for download.
- DS2 - $9.99 - Download Now
- Star Wars - Free - Download Now
- How Does It Feel - $7.99 - Download Now
- Crosseyed Heart - $12.99 - Pre-order Now
Insurgent, the second film in the Divergent series, is now available for purchase on iTunes two weeks before it releases on Blu-ray and DVD. Also new on the store before its theatrical release is Before We Go, the directorial debut of Captain America star Chris Evans. There's also a sale on fairly recent movies, with titles like Selma, The Fault in Our Stars, and Birdman all available for $9.99 each. Laggies, starring Kiera Knightly and Chloë Grace Moretz, is the Movie of the Week.
- Insurgent - $19.99 - Download Now
- Before We Go - $14.99 - Download Now
- Selma - $9.99 - Download Now
- The Fault In Our Stars - $9.99 - Download Now
- Birdman - $9.99 - Download Now
- Laggies - $0.99 (rental) - $9.99 (purchase) - Download Now
Finally, this week in TV, you can start from the beginning with discounts on several premiere TV season under $20. You'll also find a collection of TV seasons from a number of programs and TV movies nominated for Emmy Awards, including Better Call Saul, Parks and Recreation, and Veep.
- iZombie - Season 1 - $19.99 - Download Now
- The Wire - Season 1 - $14.99 - Download Now
- Sons of Anarchy - Season 1 - $19.99 - Download Now
- Better Call Saul - Season 1 - $25.99 - Download Now
- Parks and Recreation - Season 7 - $24.99 - Download Now
- Veep - Season 4 - $24.99 - Download Now
Be sure to check out all of the new music, movies, and more available on iTunes.
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