New Rough Trade Edit additions 17th January 2020
Alice Boman - Dream On
Handle with care. This dreamy bedroom pop is pillowy soft and heartbreakingly tender.
Bill Fay - Countless Branches
A simple but poignant album from the 70s singer-songwriter who has been an ongoing influence on Jeff Tweedy and The War on Drugs.
Bombay Bicycle Club - Everything Else Has Gone Wrong
Their first album since 2014 and a testament to their enduring status. Driving folk scented indie-rock loaded with subtle ear-worms.
Keeley Forsyth - Debris
The haunting minimalism provides ample space for Forsyth's mournful contralto voice, leaving you totally stunned.
Pinegrove - Marigold
Heartfelt indie-rock that jangles and beams with warmth. Like early REM plus a healthy dose of country.
Whyte Horse - Hard Times
La Roux, John Grant, Gruff Rhys and plenty more join the enigmatic psychedelic pop group Whyte Horses for a grand and glorious affair.