In broadening their thematic vision and recruiting some big names behind the scenes, Halsey delivers a comprehensive, adventurous album that’s easily their most interesting to date.
Take a look at what we’ve been listening to throughout this month, ft. New Found Glory, Halsey, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Jungle, Caylee Hammack and The National.
For our final list of 2020, we take a look at the very best of the best as we count down our albums of the year.
In our next year end list, we look at the songs that mightn’t have received the most promotion but still stood out immensely regardless, as the best deep cuts of 2020.
In our next year end list, we take a look at all the releases that surprised us the most in 2020.
The reason that Halsey has unequivocally failed as a pop star over the last few…
THIS WEEK: After almost a decade, Alexisonfire release their first piece of new music, plus tracks from Of Mice & Men, Andy Black, Venom Prison and a surprising collaboration from Yungblud, Halsey and Travis Barker
THIS WEEK: The brand new solo track from Halsey arrives, as well as new music from Architects, Papa Roach, Basement, Stand Atlantic, Can’t Swim, SHVPES, wars and more
On the whole, March has been mixed to positive in terms of new releases; some…
Anyone who’s even remotely familiar with Halsey is likely to have a strong opinion on…