Coldplay returns with a five-song EP, Kaleidoscope. Throughout its course, the British band switches between alternative rock and pop.
Cali sister trio HAIM returns with their highly anticipated sophomore album, ‘Something to Tell You.’ Overall, it ends up being a respectable effort.
Nevada, alternative rock collective Imagine Dragons returns with its third studio album, ‘Evolve.’ The question is, did they indeed evolve? No, not really.
Indie rock band Fleet Foxes return with a demanding, yet rewarding comeback album, ‘Crack-Up,’ following a six-year hiatus.
British indie-rock band alt-J returns with an intriguing, if flawed third studio album, ‘Relaxer.’ The band’s eclecticism knows no end on ‘Relaxer.’
Alt-pop band Bleachers (Jack Antonoff) returns with an incredibly energetic, intriguing sophomore effort, ‘Gone Now.’
Halsey returns with a conceptual sophomore LP, ‘Hopeless Fountain Kingdom,’ an enjoyable effort that’s all over the place.
On its seventh album, ‘Last Young Renegade,’ All Time Low embraces a newfound maturity. Although grown up, ‘Renegade’ remains enjoyable.
After releasing four intriguing singles, Bleachers (Jack Antonoff) has a potential hit on its hands with its sophomore album, ‘Gone Now.’
With three singles arriving ahead of ‘hopeless fountain kingdom,’ what do we know so far about the sophomore album from alternative superstar Halsey?