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1. Wolf Alice - Blue Weekend

On their third and best album, the London four-piece embrace a more polished, widescreen sound that serves their sharp writing on late-20s anxieties.

2. Night Beats - Outlaw R&B

Mastermind Danny Lee Blackwell has found a wonderful, fully realized sound and ethos with Outlaw R&B, taking stylistic cues from psych rock, garage, R&B, and blues rock .

3. Japanese Breakfast - Jubilee

Michelle Zauner’s third album under her shoegaze-inspired moniker is a brilliantly forward-thinking stab at creating pure joy.

4. James - All the Colours of You

All The Colours Of You - the sixteenth studio album from Mancunian legends James - might just be their strongest offering to date from the band's 38 year history. 

5. Tristen - Aquatic Flowers

Aquatic Flowers, the fourth full-length from beloved Nashville songwriter Tristen, brims with incisive pop-folk tracks ruminating on the ways we attempt to feel in control in a chaotic world, the past that informs us, and how to let go in order to grow.