Maggie Rogers – Heard It In a Past Life
Having just finished touring with Mumford & Sons in late 2018, Maggie released her debut studio album earlier this month. Similarly to the English band she supported, Rogers has taken the folk genre and made it her own. She’s added a poppy sound which makes the tracks catchy, while experimenting with some electronica. If this album is anything to go by, her music career has only just begun.
Steve Gunn – The Unseen In Between
He’s made his career as a vocalist and guitarist, but his most recent album shows the growth in lyricism that he’s achieved since the beginning of his song-writing years. His skill with a guitar shines throughout the album, as it always has done. But the raw vulnerability intertwined in each song brings a much more mature and emotional feel to the songs.
He goes on tour this April, and you can buy tickets here.
Bring Me The Horizon – Amo
This marks the rock band’s sixth studio album, and rather than re-doing what has been so successful so far in their career, they’ve decided to experiment a little. Moving away from the deathcore genre that they first became famous with, they’ve decided to experiment with some electronic sounds, and even a bit of balladry. They prove, however, just how versatile they are.
You can catch them at All Points East in London this May, and tickets are on sale here.
Rudimental – Toast To Our Differences
Possibly one of the most popular bands in dance music right now, Rudimental have just released their third album. Their last two albums, ‘Home’ and ‘We The Generation’ have both made it to number one in the UK Albums Chart, and this new instalment has a very good chance of following suit. T2OD has just as much – if not, more – fun and joy as previous albums.
They’ll be performing at Royal Albert Hall, London for Teenage Cancer Trust on Monday 25th March and you can get tickets here.
TOY – Happy In The Hollow
Their last album ‘Clear Shot’ was released in 2016, so it’s been a three-year wait for their newest instalment. The wait was most certainly worth it, though. The English rock band have saved their best album until now, with their mellow vibe carrying through every track. But it never gets repetitive, as they utilise drum machines and guitars to stop you from ever becoming uninterested.
The band are going on tour next month, and tickets are available here.
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