10 music albums to look forward to in 2021


Are you looking for some new music? If yes, we have some good news for you. Releases had paused in 2020; however, in 2021, we will be seeing several different artists from all kinds of genres releasing new and exciting music. This year, everyone from Demi Lovato to Blake Shelton has something in store for us. Read to find out about the rest of the awesome albums we have to look forward to in 2021.

Demi Lovato, Dancing With the Devil – April 2

Popstar Demi Lovato’s seventh studio album is set to release on April 2nd, 2021. It explores Lovato’s overdose back in 2018. It features collaborations with various artists like Ariana Grande, Sam Fischer, and Noah Cyrus. Her album is also supported by a 4-episode-long Youtube series.

London Grammar, Californian Soil – April 16

London Grammar’s new album called Californian Soil is finally set to release this April. The original release date was in February; however, it got pushed ahead for unknown reasons. This album will feature around 12 new songs and will revolve around feminism and fame.

Norah Jones, Til we meet again – April 16

Til we meet again is Norah Jones’ first full-length album, featuring around 14 tracks. In her album, the nine-time Grammy winner features live compilations from various tours over a few years. It also includes her Grammy-nominated track “I’ll be gone.”

Birdy, Young Heart – April 30

Young Heart is English songwriter Birdy’s fourth studio album. It features 16 songs, out of which a few songs, including “Surrender,” have already been released. This is her first album after her break in 2016, and we couldn’t be more excited to hear it!

Kenny Chesney, Here And Now Deluxe – May 7

After a recent release, Kenny is back with his debut album featuring four new songs. He said that these songs are special and he didn’t want to wait any longer to share them. Here And Now Deluxe is set to release on the 7th of May.

Moby, Reprise – May 28

Moby teamed up with the Budapest Orchestra for his new album Reprise. He also has other collaborators to his album, including Skylar Grey, Gregory Porter, and Jim James. Additionally, Moby will also be releasing a documentary following his album.

Blake Shelton, Body Language – May 31

In a few more days, Blake Shelton is finally releasing a 12-song-long album called “Body Language” in May. He took to Twitter saying, “I’m very proud of what we have put together and can’t wait for y’all to hear this album!!!”

Lana Del Rey, Rock Candy Sweet – June 1

Lana Del Ray took to Instagram to announce her eighth studio album called Rock Candy Sweet. Although Lana is a tad bit lenient with her release dates, we’re hoping to see the new album out on the 1st of June.

Easy Life, Life’s a Beach – June 4

Easy Life is finally set to release its debut album, and we couldn’t be more excited. The 12-song-long album will be released on the 4th of June. The band shared an opening track called “a message to myself,” available on spotify.

AFI, Bodies – June 11

After releasing a few new songs, AFI talked about their album set to release this June. In Davey Havok’s words, “Looking Tragic addresses the theme of overstimulation resulting in desensitization.” The album will be bringing in 11 new songs for us.