Sam Smith ‘The Thrill Of It All’ Review

Favourite Songs: Too Good At Goodbyes, Say It First, Burning, HIM, No Peace (ft. YEBBA), Palace, Pray Least Favourite Songs: Midnight Train The much anticipated second album from Sam Smith was released on Friday the 3rd of November 2017, 3 years after his debut In The Lonely Hour. He kicked off his return with the overnight sensation Too Good …

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JP Cooper ‘Raised Under Grey Skies’ Review

Favourite Songs: Good Friend, Passport Home, She's On My Mind, Wait, Change, Closer, Beneath The Streetlights and the Moon Least Favourite Songs: The Only Reason, Momma's Prayers On the 6th of October 2017 JP Cooper dropped his debut album Raised Under grey Skies, and if can't tell from my list of favourite songs this is definitely on of my …

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Declan McKenna ‘What Do You Think About The Car’ Review

Favourite Songs: Humongous, Brazil, Make Me Your Queen, Paracetamol, Listen To Your Friends Least Favourite Songs: Since winning the Glastonbury Emerging Talent Competition aged 15 Declan McKenna has gone from strength to strength, with a Glastonbury performance this year under his belt, where next? A debut album of course!!  'Brazil' was his debut single, but despite …

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Oh Wonder ‘Ultralife’ Review

Favourite Songs: Ultralife, Lifetimes, High On Humans, Bigger Than Love, Overgrown, My Friends, Waste Least Favourite: All About You, Heartstrings In 2014 Oh Wonder, Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West, set themselves the challenge of releasing a song every month for a year, 12 months later they had a hit album and were an accidental overnight sensation! …

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‘The Truth Is A Beautiful Thing’ London Grammar Review

Favourite songs: Rooting for You, Big Picture, Hell to the Liars, Bones of Ribbon Least favourite songs: Wild Eyed, Non Believer This is the second album from the trip-pop trip, and it's even more beautiful than the first. The trio have cleaned up their sound and allowed lead singer, Hanna Reid, to really showcase her …

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