BBC Radio 6 Music's 20 Essential Albums From 2020: See Them Live



As we pass quickly through the second half of 2020, music publishers and critics alike have been revealing their favourite albums released so far this year. Some artists regularly find themselves on multiple lists, with widespread renowned. Others might see their names appear just once, as they slip under the radar of most - but not all - music publications.

BBC Radio 6 Music recently published their list of artists who have released remarkable albums in 2020, and we are in agreement with so many of their choices. We're sure you are too! In which case, take a look at where you can catch these artists live on tour. Be sure to pick up a ticket today.

 

Agnes Obel

Album: 'Myopia'
Where: Various UK Venues
When: Fri 03 Sep - Sun 12 Sep 2021

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The Big Moon

Album: 'Walking Like We Do'
Where: Various UK Venues
When: Tue 02 Mar - Wed 10 Mar 2021

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Caribou

Album: 'Suddenly'
Where: Various UK Venues
When: Sat 08 May - Sun 16 May 2021

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Margaret Glaspy

Album: 'Devotion'
Where: Various UK Venues
When: Tue 07 Sep - Thu 16 Sep 2021

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Moses Sumney

Album: 'grae'
Where: NOS Alive, Portugal
When: Fri 09 Jul 2021

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The Orielles

Album: 'grae'
Where: Neighbourhood Weekender, Warrington
When: Sat 29 May 2021

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Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs Pigs

Album: 'Viscerals'
Where: Various UK Venues
When: Thu 12 Nov - Fri 12 Feb 2021

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Porridge Radio

Album: 'Every Bad'
Where: Various UK Venues
When: Mon 18 Jan - Fri 05 Mar 2021

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Sarah is the Digital Marketing Manager at See Tickets, and a Journalism graduate from the University of Portsmouth. Life-long music lover, cat fanatic, and advocate for the physical format, you'll often find her front and centre at gigs and festivals across the UK and beyond.

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