See Tickets' Albums of the Year So Far

We're already over halfway through 2024 (how did that happen?!) and we've heard some incredible albums over the last six months from the likes of Billie Eilish, Kings Of Leon, Taylor Swift and so many more. We asked our team their favourite releases so far this year, alongside all the albums they're looking forward to for the rest of the year. Check out our top picks below!

Billie Eilish - Hit Me Hard and Soft

Izzy - Billie Eilish's third album, 'Hit Me Hard and Soft,' released on May 17, 2024, showcases her signature dark sound with a new lightness, resulting in some of the year's best pop tracks like 'Lunch' and 'Birds of a Feather.' At 22, Eilish delivers a masterful, poignant, and personal work addressing body image, toxic relationships, and sexuality. Inspired by Coldplay's 'Viva La Vida' and Vince Staples' 'Big Fish Theory,' the album's 10 songs explores themes of fame, love, and complex relationships. Notable tracks include 'Skinny,' 'Wildflower,' and 'The Diner.'

Karishma - I wasn’t expecting to like this album as much as I have. It is a true pop album, with some catchy tracks and beats like ‘Lunch’ along with some more mellow and slower songs like ‘Blue’. It has that true ‘Billie sound’ with a drop of difference.

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Mk.gee - Two Star & The Dream Police

Will - When I saw the live video for 'Are You Looking Up' back in February I knew I'd love 'Two Star & The Dream Police', and it didn't disappoint. I've been a fan of Mk.Gee's sound since he released 'You' back in 2018 as a Kitsuné Musique Single, and although Two Star is still quintessentially Mk.Gee, the evolution of his production and tone is absolutely mind blowing in his latest offering, and truly unique - It feels like a mesh of 'Pronounced Mk.Gee' and Dijon's 'Absolutely' (which Mk.Gee did the bulk of production for) - and I love it. Couple of favourites from the album are 'How Many Miles' and 'Alesis'.

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The Last Dinner Party - Prelude To Ecstasy 

Abi - When The Last Dinner Party burst onto the scene with their addictive debut single 'Nothing Matters' in 2023, I couldn't wait to hear more from the London-based band, and they didn't disappoint. In the following months, they released further singles including 'Caesar on a TV Screen' and 'Sinner', all culminating in their album's release this February. The album is feminine, theatrical, and dramatic, empowering you as a listener from start to finish. Their live performances are said to be just as theatrical, so I'm excited to experience the album live at Glastonbury and on tour later this year!

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English Teacher – This Could Be Texas

Callum - As soon as English Teacher announced their debut LP I knew it’d be amazing, and as soon as I heard it, it was instantly one of the albums of 2024. Firm favourites of BBC Radio 6 Music - the likes of ‘Nearly Daffodils’, ‘R&B’ and ‘The World’s Biggest Paving Slab’ were brilliant advertisements of what to expect from the record. Favourites so far are ‘Broken Biscuits’ and ‘Not Everybody Gets To Go To Space’ - but with every listen I find something else to love about this gem.

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The Story So Far – I Want To Disappear

Michael - Making their return to the scene after 2018’s ‘Proper Dose’ The Story So Far have added another incredible album to their impressive catalogue. As always, they have evolved their style while keeping their core of infectious-hooks for an incredibly easy listen.

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Notable Mentions:

Hovvdy - Hovvdy

Beyonce – Cowboy Carter

Tyla – Tyla

Palace - Ultrasound

Charli XCX - Brat

Peggy Gou - I Hear You

Albums we're looking forward to in 2024:

Beabadoobee – This Is How Tomorrow Moves

Fidlar – Surviving The Dream

Griff – Vertigo

Post Malone – F-1 Trillion

Fontaines D.C.- Romance

Suki Waterhouse - Memoir of a Sparklemuffin

Wunderhorse - Midas

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I'm Abi - a lover of festivals, food and all things music.

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