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Albums of the Month - February 2021


18th February 2021
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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 February Songs of the Month playlist.

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FLOWERS for VASES / descansos

Hayley Williams | Atlantic Records

A departure from her solo debut last year, the Paramore lead singer’s latest collection focuses on loneliness and dark feelings becoming a much softer and intimate album in comparison to William’s recent work.

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Glowing in the Dark

Django Django | Because Music Ltd

British art rock band Django Django’s fourth studio album Glowing in the Dark follows the group's history of genre blurring, this sublime album of festival hits will have you thinking of summer in no time.

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Who Am I?

Pale Waves | Dirty Hit

Coming back with their sophomore album, they swap out their 1980s synth pop aesthetic for a sound more reminiscent of Avril Lavigne’s early work with plenty of angsty-teen anthems.

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Good Woman

The Staves | Atlantic Records

The three Staveley-Taylor sisters come back with their fourth studio album Good Woman. Packed with plenty of elegant harmonies and abstractive melodies, The Staves’ new endeavour rivals the work of superstar sister trio HAIM.

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New Fragility

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah | Cyhsy

In this bittersweet latest release by Alec Ounsworth, he explores a world of substance abuse, divorce and other melancholic topics, mixed with a nostalgic indie-rock sound.

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