Release Friday: Lewis Capaldi, Skepta & the Best Records this Month!



Lewis Capaldi – Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent

The man of the hour continues to charm the nation with his infectious and hilarious personality. But behind all of that lies a very talented singer and songwriter. He’s now released his highly anticipated debut album. The collection of songs proves he isn’t just a one-trip pony, avoiding any repetitiveness throughout the 12 tracks. It includes the hits ‘Grace’ and ‘Someone You Loved’, and follows the winning formula of emotion + skilful music-writing in every track.

All of his upcoming dates are sold out, but keep an eye on fan-to-fan for tickets being resold.

Mac DeMarco – Here Comes The Cowboy

He’s easily one of the most multi-skilled musicians in the music industry right now. Producing his own music, playing almost every instrument, and writing every song himself, he’s a man of many talents. This is his fourth full-length studio album, and arguably his best yet. The collection of songs exude Mac’s maturity. But he still acknowledges he’s the same musician he was when he released his debut mini-LP, ‘Rock and Roll Night Club’ back in 2012.

If you’d like to see him live this June, tickets are still available for his shows in Glasgow, Halifax and Kent here.

Skepta – Ignorance is Bliss

Grime has been gaining more popularity and fans in the last few years. Skepta has been one of the front-runners in the genre for the last ten years. He already set the bar high when he released the album ‘Konnichiwa’ in 2016, but has stayed consistent through the last three years. He’s refused to fall into any artists shadow. It’s safe to say anyone that had anxiety about this album not being of the same level, had nothing to worry about. He’s proven yet again why he’s so integral to the grime movement.

Skepta will be performing at Field Day this June, and you can get tickets here.

Jamila Woods – Legacy! Legacy!

This isn’t just R&B, it’s deep, meaningful, politically aware R&B, and it’s easily one of the best modern albums of this genre. The messages she conveys throughout each song, and intensity with which she tells her stories feel inspired by the likes of Nina Simone. Although her debut studio album, ‘Heavn’ was commendable, this new instalment is a step up. It proves Woods isn’t just one to watch any more, but instead one to take seriously as a music artist.

Jamila is going on tour this November, and tickets are on sale here.

Vampire Weekend – Father of the Bride

It’s hard to believe this rock band have been making music for 13 years now. 2006 seems a long time ago, and often in that time a band can lose their creative flow, but not Vampire Weekend. This is the fourth studio album to be released, and after the last two reaching number one in the US Charts, fans were expecting similar success this time around. Impressively – while not surprisingly – this album follows suit, and has yet again reached number one in the US.

Only a limited amount of tickets remain for their November tour. You can buy them here.

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Hannah is a Marketing Executive at See Tickets, and a Magazine Journalism graduate from the University of Sunderland. If it’s a sci-fi or fantasy franchise, she’s probably spending most of her wages on it. Any money she’s got left goes on gigs and her cat (not always in that order).