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Albums of the Month - April 2021

22nd April 2021

Posted in: Articles | Playlists

Our top picks of the latest albums to listen to every month, from pop to rap to rock. Our top choices this month will be a great edition to anyone’s record collection.

We have picked out our favourite songs from the albums below. Check out our April Songs of the Month playlist.

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11 Past The Hour

Imelda May | Decca Record

Irish singer-writer Imelda May now on her sixth studio album “11 Past The Hour” starts with a sultry and smooth opener, breaking into uptempo tunes bringing a mixture of euro pop, indie, folk and Irish ballads into an enjoyably chilled album.

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tUnE-YaRdS | 4AD Ltd

Mixing alternative pop, with punk and a touch of funk, duo Tune-Yards fifth album “sketchy.” focuses on the impeding climate emergency, privilege and other hard-hitting issues sweetened with catchy rhythms and harmonious vocals.

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Half Drunk Under a Full Moon

The Fratellis | Cooking Vinyl Ltd

Now 16 years old, Glaswegian rock band The Fratellis’ latest offering “Half Drunk Under a Full Moon” brings an altogether fresh sound for the trio with an album inspired by 60s doo-wop.

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An Insight To All Minds

Kaidi Tatham | First World Records

In his third studio album, Kaidi Tatham rides the wave of his signature style, mixing jazz and funk with breakbeat creating incredibly stylish tracks offering a journey into the stratosphere.

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Californian Soil

London Grammar | Sony Music

It’s safe to say that the third album from trio London Grammar was fairly anticipated, and definitely delivers on broadening their signature style of chilled electronic-pop and haunting vocals.

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