8 new albums we can't wait to hear this April


Do you feel like discovering new edges? Among the eight albums that have been published or will be published throughout the month of April it is likely that you will find some artist you don't know. And even knowing them, you have many themes to explore from their new albums. You will not get bored!

All quiet on the eastern esplanade

The Libertines

'All quiet on the eastern esplanade' marks the return of the British band The Libertines after 'Anthems for doomed youth' (2015). This work, which is among the new albums already published in April, presents a collection of 11 new themes whose authorship is shared by the four members of the band and whose production has been in charge of Dimitri Tikovoï.

Pete Doherty, leader of the band with Carl Barât, commented regarding this new work: «I feel that we have completed some kind of cycle as a band, and finally we can add these songs to the setlist because we already have some hits.

a lock of hair


We can not wait any more; Today, April 11, 'Un mechón de pelo' is published, the fifth album by the actress, singer and songwriter Tini Stoessel. An album that comes after an emotionally complicated year for the Argentine who has announced that the title of her new album refers precisely to everything that her hair went through as a method of catharsis in the face of the situations she experienced.

So far the singer has advanced two of the 10 songs that will be part of the setlist: 'pa', a song dedicated to his father, and 'posta' whose official video was presented just a week ago.

Don't forget me

Maggie Rogers

There's not much left until we can listen to Maggie Rogers' third album 'Don't forget me'. This new album co-produced with Ian Fitchuk at the Electric Lady Studios in New York, with whom he composed eight of his ten songs, it will be published tomorrow. It took the singer-songwriter and record producer five days to write them: three days in December 2022, two in January 2023. The title track of the album is her first advance.

The singer-songwriter confessed: «I've had a lot of fun at every stage of the creation of this album. I think it shows in the songs. And I'm realizing that it's the key ingredient to making all of this work."

I'm doing it again baby!

Girl in red

Also on April 12 comes 'I'm doing it again baby!', the band's second album. Norwegian Girl in Red. If you don't know her yet, you can start by listening to 'You need me now?' the theme she shares with Sabrina Carpenter. And that she arrives after 'Too much' and 'Doing it again baby'.

Magical realism

Carlos Sadness

'Magical realism' is the fifth studio album by Carlos Sadness and another of the new albums that we will be able to listen to this April. «A record that connects with sensitivity, the goodness and tenderness of reality and that clings to those emotions as an act of rebellion", or at least that is how it is presented.

Written by Carlos Sadness himself and co-produced with Ariel and Migz, the album is made up of a collection of 12 tracks for which the Catalan has had the collaborations by Carla Morrison, Ximena Sariñana and Melissa Robles as guests. You can now listen to 'La ternura' and 'Feliz Feliz', her first two singles.

The tortured poets department

Taylor Swift

'The tortured poets department' is the eleventh studio album by Taylor Swift. The announcement of the release was made coinciding with the 2024 Grammy party and now we know that we will be able to hear it on April 19. 17 tracks seem to complete it and there will be room for two guests: Post Malone and Florence + the Machine.



We will have to wait a little longer to hear 'El embrace', an album that Rozalén began creating 4 years ago. Recorded over two years between Madrid and Miami, this fifth album made up of 12 unreleased songs will once again be produced by Ismael Guijarro and will feature guests such as Carlos Vives, Kase.O and R De Rumba.

«This album is full of hugs and duels; "the result of a few years where I have had to cling to what is simple and vital." Rozalén commented on the album and added: «There will surely be folklore, there is always a base of folklore in everything I do. But I return to very modern songs, with current productions, electronic sounds; "There is a lot of Latin American folklore, and the theme is going to be curious, because I write very little about love, and I am mostly coming up with songs about love and death, love and grief."


Jess Glynne

On the same day that Rozalén releases her album, April 26, Jess Glynne will also do so. 'Jess' that's what he'll be called new album from the British It already has advances like Silly me, What do you do?, Friend of mine and Enough.

Speaking about the album, Jess commented: "If I had to sum up this album I would say, first of all, this album is me without complexes, that's why I had to call him Jess. It's about moving forward and allowing myself to be confident, powerful, sexy, vulnerable and strong. "I have allowed myself to be raw and honest in my lyrics."

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