Blunt’s first album, “Back to Bedlam” catapulted him into worldwide superstardom on the strength of such massive songs as “You’re Beautiful,” “High” and “Goodbye My Lover.”
His second album, 2007’s “All the Lost Souls” debuted at No. 1 in 10 countries, selling nearly 5 million copies globally and featuring such hits as “1973,” ”Same Mistake” and “Carry You Home.” He has received numerous awards and accolades including two Brit Awards, two World Music Awards, two MTV Video Music Awards, an MTV European Music Award and five Grammy nomination.
The new album is delightfully upbeat and uncynical. “It captures a bit of the mood of the early ‘80s. There was a global atmosphere in the West that we could do anything – the same optimism we felt as teenagers,” says Blunt,. ‘Some Kind of Trouble’ really captures that same sense of freedom and excitement and naivety.”
French electronic indie label Kitsune have been putting together amazing compilations of their top tracks for years now and they’re now on to their tenth chapter, The Fireworks Issue.
The latest release contains great tracks from the likes of Yelle, Two Door Cinema Club, Clock Opera and many, many more. Spotify Premium listeners can check the album out today, before it’s wide release.
Cee Lo Green, who was one half of the Gnarls Barkley duo that brought us the 2006 smash hit single ‘Crazy’ seems to have done it again! After a short hiatus he has rocketed to the top of the charts with his massive single ‘F**k You’ which has become a global phenomenon.
His highly anticipated album ‘The Ladykiller’ will be released on November 8th and features more up tempo, catchy tunes which are sure to have you tapping your toes within seconds. However you needn’t take our word for it as, Spotify Premium users are being given the exclusive opportunity to stream this amazing album, a whole week before it is released.
So for your chance to listen to one of the most incredible neo – soul/ R&B releases of the year. Sign up to Spotify Premium now and enjoy the Ladykiller’s soulful vibes.
The album has been recorded at Jay’s home studio in Buckinghamshire, Hook End Manor in Oxfordshire, and Karma Studios in Thailand. The album is entirely written by the band, and produced by first time collaborators Charlie Russell and Brad Spence.
Also check out some of the videos off the album and some ‘making of’ clips below.