This April, we will be able to listen to some of the albums we have been waiting for impatiently. In this article, we are going to glance at some of them.
Demi Lovato — Dancing With The Devil… The Art Of Starting Over
Demi Lovato’s seventh studio album, Dancing with the Devil… the Art of Starting Over, was released on April 2, 2021, by Island Records. After being treated for an opioid overdose in 2018, Lovato took a break from the spotlight and released the album. Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil, a YouTube Originals docu-series about Lovato’s rehab and self-discovery, was filmed alongside the project. Also, the album includes 19 songs.
Birdy — Young Heart
Birdy’s forthcoming fourth studio album, Young Heart, is set to be released on April 30, 2021, by Atlantic Records. With the announcement of the first track “Surrender” on January 22, 2021, the album was officially released. Also, the album includes 16 songs.
Charlotte Cardin — Phoenix
Charlotte Cardin has announced details of her long-awaited debut album, which she teased with a pair of songs. Phoenix, a new album by the Montreal musician, will be released on April 9 by Atlantic Records. Cardin’s 13-track Phoenix is her first album since the 2017 EP Main Girl, and it contains the previously released singles “Passive Aggressive” and “Daddy.”
Cheap Trick — In Another World
On April 9, 2021, American rock band Cheap Trick will release their twentieth studio album, In Another World. Further, this album includes 13 songs.
Paul McCartney — McCartney III Imagined
Just a few months after the original McCartney III was released, Paul McCartney has announced the arrival of McCartney III Imagined.
Although McCartney III – a kind of sequel to 1970’s McCartney and 1980’s McCartney II – was a solo endeavour, McCartney III Imagined opens up the material to the broader music community, encouraging different outsiders to rework it in their own style. McCartney III Imagined will be released on digital platforms on April 16.
Two Feet — Max Maco Is Dead Right?
Max Maco is now sitting on an embalming bench, illuminated by blue fluorescent lights. As the mortician fumbles with his instruments on a metal tray, he’s shrouded in a cloth from the neck down, looking blankly into space. Is he, though, no longer alive? In platinum-selling musician, songwriter, and producer Two Feet’s upcoming April 16 album release, that’s up for interpretation. Furthermore, Max Maco Is Dead Right? showcases his trademark moody, ambient style, albeit in the form of a voyeuristic concept album this time.
Rag’n’Bone Man — Life By Misadventure
Rag’n’Bone Man returns with a refreshed sense of mission on a bright new album full of heart and spirit, three years after his revolutionary, award-winning breakthrough, ‘Human.’ ‘Life By Misadventure’ is a wonderful series of heartfelt songs that will hit us when we need it the most. Rag’n’Bone Man will release the new album ‘Life By Misadventure’ on April 23rd.
Sir Sly — The Rise & Fall Of Loverboy
Sir Sly, a Los Angeles-based indie-pop band, has announced the release of their latest album, The Rise & Fall Of Loverboy. Further, Interscope Records will release the album on April 23, 2021. “Loverboy” and “thx,” two songs from the upcoming LP, have already been released.
Girl In Red — If I Could Make It Go Quiet
Girl In Red has revealed the title and tracklist for her long-awaited debut album, ‘If I Could Make It Go Quiet,’ as well as a new single produced by Finneas.
The NME 100 alumna and former Big Read cover star revealed on social media that her debut album would be released on April 30. Further, her first single, “Serotonin,” was released on March 3. Also, Finneas, Billie Eilish’s brother and longtime collaborator co-produced the new track.
Brockhampton — Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine
Brockhampton has confirmed the release of Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine, their sixth studio album, and the album will include their most recent single, “Buzzcut,” which features Danny Brown and the group’s in-house producer Jabari Manwa and was released alongside a video directed by Kevin Abstract and Dan Streit.
Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine will be launched on April 9th by Question Everything/RCA Records as a limited-edition box set, which can be preordered at their website Shop.Brckhmptn. During the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the band recorded the album in isolation, and the memory of being apart from one another for the first time since moving to Los Angeles together in 2016 inspired much of the album’s themes.