Albums To Look Forward To In 2024

Albums To Look Forward To In 2024

Exciting Albums to Look Forward to in 2024

Green Day - "Saviors" (Release Date: 19th January 2024)

Green Day, the iconic punk trio comprised of Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tré Cool, is set to release their new album, "Saviors," early in 2024. The band has also confirmed plans to tour the album, promising a year of punk rock energy and anthemic songs. 2024 will be a landmark year for Green Day as they celebrate the 30th and 20th anniversaries of their seminal albums "Dookie" and "American Idiot" with special UK shows.

NewDad - "Madra" (Release Date: 26th January)

Irish alt/rock ensemble NewDad unveils the intricacies behind their much-anticipated debut album, "Madra," destined to grace the music industry on January 26, 2023, under the aegis of Fair Youth/Atlantic. The lead force behind the vocal dynamism of the album, singer/guitarist Julie Dawson, finds an intriguing muse in the provocative TV series "Euphoria," particularly drawing from the tumultuous relationship dynamics between characters Rue and Jules.

Future Islands - "People Who Aren’t There Anymore" (Release Date: 26th January)

Baltimore's synth-pop band Future Islands is releasing their seventh album, "People Who Aren’t There Anymore." Known for their emotive and energetic performances, this album is highly anticipated by fans of the genre looking for the band's unique blend of heartfelt lyrics and synth-driven melodies.

Idles - "Tangk" (Release Date: 16th February)

The Bristol post-punk band Idles is set to release "Tangk," their fifth studio album. Following the success of 2021's "Crawler," the new album features the single "Dancer," which includes contributions from James Murphy and Nancy Whang of LCD Soundsystem. Fans can expect Idles' signature blend of intense energy and poignant social commentary.

The Libertines - "All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade" (Release Date: 8th March 2024)

The Libertines are back with "All Quiet on the Eastern Esplanade," their first album since 2015's "Anthems For Doomed Youth." Started in Jamaica and finished at their Albion Rooms in Margate, this fourth studio album promises to be a significant addition to the band's storied discography.

The Smile - "Wall of Eyes" (Release Date: 26th January)

The Smile, featuring members of Radiohead, announces "Wall of Eyes," recorded between Oxford and Abbey Road Studios. Produced and mixed by Sam Petts-Davies and featuring the London Contemporary Orchestra, the album promises to be an exciting release from the supergroup, known for their innovative and boundary-pushing music.

Liam Gallagher & John Squire - Collaborative Album (Release Date: TBC)

Liam Gallagher and John Squire, two legends of the Manchester music scene, announce a collaborative album. Their first single, “Just Another Rainbow,” set for release on Jan. 5, has already generated significant buzz. Fans of both Oasis and The Stone Roses are eagerly awaiting what has been teased as “the best record since Revolver.”

Declan McKenna - "What Happened to the Beach?" (Release Date: 9th February)

British singer-songwriter Declan McKenna is releasing his third album, "What Happened to the Beach?" Following the success of "Zeros" (2020), this album is touted to be a guitar-pop-heavy record, further showcasing McKenna's talent for catchy melodies and thoughtful lyrics.

The Cure - "Songs Of A Lost World" (Release Date: TBC)

The Cure is teasing the release of their long-awaited fourteenth album, "Songs Of A Lost World." After premiering new tracks on their North and South American tours, fans are hopeful that 2024 will finally see the release of this much-anticipated album from the post-punk legends.

Jesus & Mary Chain - "Glasgow Eyes" (Released: 8th March)

Celebrating 40 years of influential music, The Jesus And Mary Chain are set to release "Glasgow Eyes." Recorded at Mogwai’s Castle of Doom studio in Glasgow, the album is a testament to the Reid brothers' enduring creative chemistry and their ability to blend melody, feedback, and controlled chaos.

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