In terms of apt titles, Inhaler’s debut album - ‘It Won’t Always Be Like This’ - is the kind of hopeful prophecy we’re all yearning for. For a band long predicted to make it to the big leagues, they’re ready to take the limelight on their own terms.
With her rich and confessional third album ‘Home VideoWe’ve all spent far too much time stuck in our rooms over recent months - but for Drug Store Romeos, that’s a whole universe of possibilities.’, Lucy Dacus is interrogating the past as a means of moving forward.
London trio Famous are coming out the gate with a 5* EP full of twists, turns and unexpected charm.
Folly Group's habit of tweaking the template is probably what's going to stand them apart.
Change might be good, but sometimes you just want to sit still for a bit and enjoy the view.
As singularly independent and entirely of its own world as anything else you'll listen to all year.
Subtle and seeming to shy deliberately away from the limelight, it echoes with a beauty that is hard to find.
They’re still loud, they’re still proud - but on their third album, Royal Blood are switching things up.
‘Greatest Hits’ is great. And it’s full of hits. So that’s all good. Phew.
The inescapable sound of a real pop star being born.