The debut LP from British-Jamaican singer Celeste gets a perfect score from Sam Pegg.
Arlo Parks debut album speaks to the soul, says News Editor Sam Pegg.
Finally, our winner for the best albums of 2020: it’s Taylor Swift’s folklore!
Before we announce the album that’s taken the number one spot in our list, here are some of the albums that didn’t quite make the cut, but still deserve all the praise.
Southampton’s very own rockers reach 2nd place in our top albums of 2020 with their second studio album Sex, Death and the Infinite Void.
At number 3 in our Top Albums list, we have Fontaines D.C.’s ‘A Hero’s Death’.
4th place in our top albums of 2020 list goes to the Shikari boys with their latest release, Nothing is True & Everything is Possible.
Boy Pablo’s brilliant debut Wachito Rico gets 5th place in our top albums list.
Live editor, Jo Lisney, gives her take on You Me at Six’s latest album, SUCKAPUNCH
In 6th place is the latest album from Bristol-punks IDLES with their second studio album ‘Ultra Mono’.
Taking a spot at 8th place in our 2020 list is Kylie’s ‘Disco’.
Joining the list of our Top 2020 Albums in 9th place is Declan McKenna’s Zeros!
The first album in our Top Albums of 2020 list is the latest release from Selena Gomez, her third solo studio album Rare.