MNEK – ‘Language’
Uzoechi Emenike, a.k.a. MNEK has writing credits on tracks by Dua Lipa, Kylie Minogue, Madonna, and Beyoncé! However, he’s now released his own debut album, proving he’s not just about writing music, but performing it too. The album is truly unique, boasting its own individual sound full of synths, spoken word, familiar mobile phone sounds and more. To say this is only his first album, it’s exciting to imagine what he’ll be releasing in the future.
If you’d like to see him live, he’s going on tour this October and tickets are available here.
Pale Waves – ‘My Mind Makes Noises’
Their debut album has been anticipated for a while now, having toured with The 1975, and grabbing the attention of XFM, Radio 1 and more. The band have taken the sound we’re so familiar with, and ran with it, while adding new elements along the way. They have released a truly creative and distinctive album. A catchy, indie celebration of teenage life is exactly what you can expect from this new compilation of tracks.
Last chance tickets for their current tour are on sale here.
Jungle – ‘For Ever’
It’s been four years since Jungle released their self-titled debut album, so their second has been long-awaited. Although this new compilation starts where their first ended with the same upbeat cheery tunes we’re used to, a new, more intense sound is heard in the later tracks. The band have taken what’s proven to work, and refined it, taking this album to the next level.
Tickets for their February 2019 tour are on sale here.
Christine and The Queens – ‘Chris’
Rising pop prodigy Héloïse Letissier, a.k.a. Christine and the Queens, returns with ‘Chris’ – her latest album and alter ego. Leaving Christine behind and emerging with a more sensual, slick and self-assured album, ‘Chris’ is an ambitious effort. It embraces gender fluidity and 80s sounds with a bold, unapologetic attitude, garnering critical acclaim across the board.
She’s going on tour this November, and tickets are on sale here.
Black Honey – ‘Black Honey’
The four-piece band have had one hell of a year, having shared a stage at Finsbury Park with rock gods Queens of the Stone Age and Royal Blood. They’ve now released their debut studio album following two critically acclaimed EPs. These early tasters of their music served as great examples of what’s to come, and they’ve certainly delivered with ‘Black Honey’. Full to the brim with exciting, bold tracks, each differing from the last.
If you’d like to see them on tour this October, you can get your tickets here.
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