There are so many albums coming next year, here’s a round up of some that you need to look out for and some tips for 2017.
Every British Rock band seems to be releasing a new album next year: You Me At Six, Creeper, Mallory Knox and WSTR all release new albums next year and that’s just the start of it. Night People is released in January and that continues with Red Green and Inbetween from WSTR. If the singles are anything to go by, You Me At Six have returned to some excellent form on their new album.
I think that Topshelf Records have been my label of the year: I can’t recall any record label having so many records that are so good so many times in 2016, and so next year I will be paying attention to anything they release, and with albums expected from bands such as Sorority Noise in the new year, that subscription thing they do looks like a smart idea.
Some bands with huge fandoms will release new records next year: Black Veil Brides recently released their first single from their new album coming next year, The Outsider and they won’t be the only band that will release their new records. All Time Low are more than likely to release a new record by the end of the year and Paramore have finished their new record too. Not to mention The Maine, gotta mention The Maine who follow up American Candy.
Some of the best albums of 2016 had female musicians, 2017 that won’t change: From Milk Teeth in January and the arrival of Vile Child, Slingshot Dakota’s Break, or Honeyblood’s Babes Never Die coming this year more will come, and there are going to be records next year from Halestorm, Tiger’s Jaw and more from Sainte at least. The records made by women next year are going to be great and diverse.
You should be checking out Pure Noise this year: State Champs, Can’t Swim and Less Than Jake should have excellent 2017’s on the label who have a talent for finding it, not to mention Jule Vera who are also a part of Pure Noise who are currently tracking their album. The label have been growing a lot lately and adding new bands to their roster, 2017 might be this label’s year.
Any other tips? Let me know in the comments!