These comeback tunes from your favorite artists will bring a nostalgic warmth this summer.
“Happier than Ever”
Building up on the momentum gained by Billie Eilish’s multi-Grammy Award, record-breaking debut album “When We All Go To Sleep, Where Do We Go?,” her highly anticipated sophomore album—titled “Happier Than Ever”—features no outside songwriters or producers, and was written by 19-year-old Eilish and her brother Finneas who produced the album in Los Angeles. The 16-track stories. In “Your Power,” she recounts an abusive relationship and how it hope that this song can spark change continues to shatter the ceiling of music with her genre-defying sound.
“McCartney III Imagined”
Personally curated by Paul McCartney himself, “McCartney III Imagined” continues the tradition of the biggest and most diverse names in music covering McCartney’s songs. This time, thealbum features an A-List assortment of friends from the likes of Beck, Damon Albarn, Phoebe Bridgers and more, each covering and/ or reimagining their favorite “McCartney III” moments in their own signature styles. The result? A kaleidoscopic reinterpretation that serves as a brilliant and adventurous milestone in the McCartney discography.
“Dancing with the Devil… the Art of Starting Over”
Demi Lovato’s seventh album titled “Dancing With The Devil… the Art Of Starting Over” goes hand in hand with her YouTube Originals documentary, “Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil.” Together. they share the story of Lovato’s near fatal overdose in 2018 and o ers a glimpse of her path to healing. In the end, she surprises listeners through a powerful ride and it’s arguably Lovato’s best record to date.
The self-titled 12th studio album fromDJ Khaled is an all- star a air featuring guest appearances by Lil Wayne, Cardi B, Post Malone, Justin Bieber, Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake and many more. “Khaled Khaled” was actually preceded by dual lead singles “Popstar” and “Greece,” both of which feature Drake and were released in July last year.
“Sweep It Into Space”
“Sweep It Into Space” is Dinosaur Jr.’s first new collection of music since 2016 and continues what is perhaps the greatest “second act” of any band ever. It comes with their usual sounds, but there had always been melodies at the center of everything they did. All things considered, the trio continue to expand their personal universe, without ever losing their core.
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