New Music Monthly: June 2024

It’s hard to believe we’re halfway through the year and June has nearly been and gone. It’s been an exciting month in music with a host of artists releasing albums. From Charli XCX to Sea Girls to Kate Nash, take a look at our bitesize guide of what you may have missed over the month!


2hollis – boy

At just 20 years old, 2hollis has already garnered attention for his fresh approach and unparalleled creativity. His music resonates with a generation that craves innovation and authenticity. Masterfully incorporating electronic instrumentals, and catchy pop melodies, ‘boy’ is a quintessential clubby, electropop offering that he’s bringing to London and Manchester next month.

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Alfie Templeman – Radiosoul

June saw London-based multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer and performer Alfie Templeman release new album ‘Radiosoul.’ It’s an ambitious suite of tracks that showcase a bold new acid-pop direction and one that zips between genres. In celebration of the album, Alfie is heading on a huge tour this November.

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Charli XCX – BRAT

Charli XCX’s sixth studio album came in the form of ‘BRAT.’ Avant-pop and electronic superstar Charli XCX has become an iconic figure in the arts, having helped expand the landscape of popular music over the last decade by seamlessly traversing the underground and mainstream with her artistic output. ‘Von dutch’, the brash and synth heavy first taste of the album, arrived in February year to great reviews and the full album has been no different. She’s set to take the album on tour this November and you won’t want to miss out. Tickets are on sale now.

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Kate Nash – 9 Sad Symphonies

Multi-platinum selling Kate Nash marked her comeback this month with the release of ‘9 Sad Symphonies’ – her first album in six years. The album reveals a new side to Kate Nash showcasing a more theatrical, whimsical, vintage theme and featuring beautiful string arrangements. Kate Nash has also announced a string of new live dates for November, alongside one at O2 Kentish Town Forum in April 2025.

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Kneecap – Fine Art

Having been described by some as at their best, ‘Fine Art’ is Belfast hip-hop / rap trio Kneecap’s latest offering – an album that tries to make sense of the current world it’s everything you’d expect from a Kneecap album with a twist of unique. You can get tickets to see Kneecap at various UK venues this October – November!

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Liz Lawrence – Peanuts

Liz Lawrence released her new album ‘Peanuts’ at the start of the month. It’s quite a deep album reflecting on current themes and feeling’s about the country, planet and nature, but one that has garnered praise. Liz is also set to head out on tour this November and you can get tickets now!

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Sea Girls – Midnight Butterflies

Since they roared onto the scene, Sea Girls, the London-based band have cemented themselves as one of British indie’s most consistent and successful groups. Their newest album, ‘Midnight Butterflies’ is a collection of songs that embrace the rush of being alive, and that we must be smart enough to recognise and treasure it. The album has been noted as the band’s most expansive and impressive record to date, the sound of a band on fire. With a tour lined up for September and October, don’t miss out on catching Sea Girls live.

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