Multi-platinum pop act Walk the Earth return with their new album ‘Here We Go’. It features the previously released songs ‘Mike’s Song’, ‘I’ll Be There’ and their latest single, ‘Home Alone’. The band have not only garnered 1.7 million listeners, but they have also catapulted to the #1 spot on Apple music’s Breaking Pop playlist.
Jonatha Brooke is back with her latest effort in a long line of successful musical releases. Having spent time working with Katy Perry and writing songs for Disney, it’s about time that this Massachusetts-born singer-songwriter took some time out to write for herself, and with her new EP Imposter, Brooke achieves this and so much more.
If you’re unfamiliar with X Ambassadors, we recommend you make your acquaintance pronto with the trio from Ithaca, New York. Their new long player, ‘ORION’, is only the second studio album from the band on the KIDinaKORNER/Interscope label, but it’s already making an impact with the single releases, ‘Boom’, ‘Hey Child’, and ‘Hold You Down’, as well as the recent track, ‘Confidence’, featuring K.Flay.
Ashley Tisdale is quite the multi-faceted star. Actress, singer, producer, beauty guru…there’s many strings in her bow and while she’s better known for the drama queen Sharpay Evans in the High School Musical franchise, there is one side to Ms. Tisdale that is often overlooked and that’s her pop star side; very similar to other Disney veteran Hilary Duff.
Mike Posner’s ‘A Real Good Kid’ was written over a two year period which saw Posner lose friends and family members – including fellow artist Avicii, and his own father, who he considered his best friend. The album is his third solo release, and fourth overall, having released the self-titled ‘Mansionz’ as part of a duo with blackbear.
Olly Murs has released five albums so far, four of which have reached the number one spot, while his self titled debut, released in 2010, had to be satisfied with second place. Not too shady really! Olly’s 6th album, ‘You Know I Know’, set for release this Friday, November 9, looks set to repeat the trend, with its double album style blend of new songs and older hits.
Rivers is the stage name of Bedfordshire’s Rachel Early, who has apparently already garnered comparisons to bold, dramatic songstress Paloma Faith. Having performed since the age of 12, the songwriter has finally revealed her debut album, ‘My Little Baby’, which centres on compositions crafted of the piano but incorporates and interesting, but subtle electro element.