A sequel that’s faster, flashier and more bombastic than the original
Pet Shop Boys : I don't know what you want but I can't give it anymore
Men in their 40s, making pop music, dressing like fools. It gladdens the heart.
Starting like 'West End Girls' gone west, this epicly titled new single is a peppery account of infidelity and betrayal, all muted peaks and sequenced depression. "You're breaking my heart", sighs Tennant over the surge of strings, the essence of loneliness in a club corridor, and if it sounds a little too glossy, like it should play out the next Tom Cruise blockbuster, it's still a sad and passionate thing. An enduring love.
The sequel to Independence Day has been 20 years in the making, and it’s quite stupid but kinda fun
Minus Tom DeLonge, the pop-punk icons prove their worth on album seven
Mount returns both fearless and eccentric on bold new album
Bat For Lashes’ concept album about a wedding day tragedy is a spellbinding parable about relationship ideals