New Music Monthly: February 2024

February has been fruitful for new releases - with solid comebacks from the likes of IDLES and Red Rum Club, as well as a stunning debut from The Last Dinner Party.

Here's our bitesize guide of albums you may have missed over the past month!

The Last Dinner Party - Prelude to Ecstasy

The Last Dinner Party’s debut is an exhilarating record packed with theatrical brilliance throughout - and showcases exactly why they’re undoubtedly the band of 2024!

There are so many highlights across ‘Prelude to Ecstasy’, including the huge single ‘Nothing Matters’ as well as ‘Caesar On A TV Screen’ and ‘Beautiful Boy’.

The Last Dinner Party's UK tour has completely sold out, apart from a handful of tickets for Manchester!

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Nadine Shah - Filthy Underneath

Nadine Shah returned this month with her follow up to 2020's critically acclaimed 'Kitchen Sink' with the incredible 'Filthy Underneath'.

With anthemic soundscapes throughout, the record has already been championed by the likes of Steve Lamacq on BBC Radio 6 Music, The Observer and more.

Don't miss out on the chance to hear it live this Spring - tickets are selling out already!

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'TANGK' is the fifth album from Bristol punks IDLES, and once again sees them re-define their sound with a bold and fresh direction.

Led by superb singles 'Dancer', 'Grace' and 'Gift Horse' - the record will undoubtedly appear in countless end of year lists, and rightly so!

Don't wait too long if you'd like to hear 'TANGK' live, a handful of shows are already sold out with the rest not far behind.

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Declan McKenna - What Happened to the Beach?

The indie star released his third album back on February 9th to rave reviews from the likes of Vevo, The Line Of Best Fit, The Times, NME and plenty more. Renowned for his social commentary and criticism that thread its way through his previous albums, the 24 year old turns inward on this record, adopting a slightly brighter outlook than we've seen from him previously.

Some of our favourites on the album are 'Mulholland's Dinner and Wine' and 'Sympathy'. Don't give this one a miss.

You can catch him on tour this spring - tickets on sale now!

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Brittany Howard - What Now

Former Alabama Shakes' front woman Brittany Howard returned this month with her second solo album 'What Now', the follow up to her critically acclaimed debut album 'Jaime'.  Once again, the Grammy winner's soulful vocals, electrifying guitar riffs and genre-bending compositions stand at the forefront, and the album delivers a powerful and introspective journey through themes of identity and resilience.

She is an absolute powerhouse vocalist and producer, and this album is definitely one to add into your rotation this month.

She's over on UK shores this July with shows in London & Manchester. Tickets on sale now.

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Red Rum Club - Western Approaches

Liverpool's Red Rum Club are back with their fourth studio album 'Western Approaches' and they are stronger than ever before. Its full of infectious energy, urgent vocals, and roaring drums - an album that's all killer, no filler.

The records screams to be heard live - so make sure you catch them live on tour this March & April!

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