Albums of the Month - March 2024

Date: 22nd March 2024 Posted in: Company News and Events

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 addition to anyone’s record collection.

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

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Keeper of the Shepherd

Hannah Frances | Ruination Record Co.

Vermont-based singer/songwriter Hannah Frances releases Keeper of the Shepherd, her third studio album. Frances sound melds avant-folk, progressive rock, and jazz. Her latest record is a meditation on love and loss, delving into Frances’ past and her emotional vulnerability. Her most ambitious work to date, it’s an impressive, captivating journey, with elegantly poetic lyrics and gripping storytelling.

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Everything Everything

Mountainhead | BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited

Mountainhead is the charismatic seventh studio album by British band Everything Everything. Frontman Jonathan Higgs explained "mountainhead" signifies an individual that believes in continuous growth of a mountain "no matter the cost, and no matter how terrible it is to dwell in the great pit". With real intensity across each of the fourteen tracks, you’ll find driving beats, catchy hooks and shimmering synths. It’s a surreal, but truly brilliant concept album.

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Where’s My Utopia

Yard Act | Universal-Island Records Ltd.

On their second studio album, Leeds four-piece Yard Act frontman James Smith said the band went "harder on the hooks and [have] crafted better songs." Where's My Utopia? marks a departure from the post-punk sound of their debut, opting for a disco-inspired dance-rock album. With influences from Fela Kuti to Ennio Moricone, the British rockers are far more playful, authentic and deliver a sophomore record full of ambition.

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Glasgow Eyes

The Jesus And Mary Chain | Fuzz Club

After a seven year hiatus, Glasgow Eyes is the eighth studio album by Scottish alternative rock band the Jesus and Mary Chain. As one of the UK’s most influential groups, their latest record coincides with the bands 40th anniversary and feels like a return to their roots. Far more emotionally invested than 2017’s Damage And Joy, this record is laced with nostalgia, and is as loud and uncompromising as ever. The East Kilbrideans prove that age is just a number.

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The Dandy Warhols | Sunset Blvd Records - Beat The World

ROCKMAKER is The Dandy Warhols' 12th studio album. With guest features from Slash, Debbie Harry, and Pixies' Frank Black, the record is heavy, fun, with thick, fuzzy guitars and lots of drum loops. With their genre-hopping style and no filler, it's a fitting reminder of what's formidable about the Portland band. With 30 years and 11 albums behind them, ROCKMAKER is a true highlight in their already impressive catalogue and something hardcore fans will welcome.

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