Wolf Alice deliver a supremely confident, consistent and mature album for their third outing with ‘Blue Weekend’.
Making the leap from lo-fi bedroom pop to studio-bound, fully formed songcraft, Beabadoobee’s debut album ‘Fake It Flowers’ shows immense talent that’s still got space to develop.
Combining entertaining, brilliantly produced bangers with insightful songwriting, ‘SAWAYAMA’ is one of the best pop debuts of 2020.
A carefully layered album of electropop and indie, the four-year wait for Amber Bain’s debut LP as The Japanese House, ‘Good At Falling’, was worth it.
Listening to The 1975 trying to actively forge an intelligent, overarching statement in an era when sincerity has long since died makes ‘A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships’ arguably the most relevant pop album this decade.
Pale Waves deliver their long-awaited debut ‘My Mind Makes Noises’ that has you reminiscing over your long forgotten indie-pop obsessions – in both good and bad ways.
Following a sensational debut is never easy, but Wolf Alice make it seem like a breeze with their second full-length ‘Visions Of A Life’.
Promising indie four-piece Superfood call in the musical reinforcements for their second album ‘Bambino’, and the quality is consistent enough to suggest a real long-term future is in store for them.
Amber Bain continues her steady and compelling progress with The Japanese House’s fourth EP, ‘Saw You In A Dream’.