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    Latebar’s preferred new albums in 2020

    What a horrible year! What a horrible time for music, musicians and artists in general. So many events cancelled and so many albums delayed and their launches impeded. Luckily, most found a way through, and at Latebar we have been listening carefully all through the year and found a few publications worth promoting. So buckle up, Dorothy!

  • Fallulah | All My Eyes Are Open
    Music - album

    Fallulah with all eyes open

    In Denmark we are blessed to have a growing number of female musicians and songwriters able to reach international audiences. Currently, one of the most interesting to follow is Fallulah - an artist long used to the stage spotlight in Scandinavia. With her fourth studio album she underlines her unique sound and cements her place among the best Denmark has to offer.

  • Amy Macdonald - The Human Demands
    Music - album

    Human demands Amy Macdonald

    It is in the times of crisis people usually stop and reflect on life, what it has brought and where it is leading us. With her fifth studio album 'The Human Demands' Scottish singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald stops and contemplate her first 33 years - more than a third as a world-famous rock star. A bit young, you might say. We say 'not at all'.

  • Hurts | Faith
    Music - album

    Hurts have Faith in the Darkest Hour

    The British electro-pop outfit, Hurts, called the autumn 2020 by releasing their fifth studio album. The album is called 'Faith', and in its essence this is what its all about. 11 spectacular tracks – all circling in the area between isolation and depression and the sincere hope of spring and light at the end. At Latebar we like this – a lot in fact. And here is why.

  • Nik Kershaw 2020
    Music - album

    These Little Things by Kershaw

    It as been almost eight years since the pop virtuoso, Nik Kershaw, has released a new studio album. As a fun little curiosity that album was ... Eight! Now he is back. Kershaw will be releasing his ninth round piece of musical magic this autumn, and judged by the EP precursor 'These Little Things', the brit has something really interesting in store for us.

  • Alphabeat 2020
    Music - live

    The return of the Alphabeat

    It has been almost seven years since the Danish indie-pop outfit, Alphabeat, toured with a new album. They 'Don't Know What's Cool Anymore' they say. We beg to differ, and though much remains the same, some has changed. The 'Fantastic 6' appear stronger, more mature and far, far better than ever before.

  • Music - live

    George Ezra spread stardust over Jelling

    With a set of truly amazing songs George Ezra totally and utterly managed to set the mood for the entire Jelling Festival 2019. To make music able to please party-starving Scandinavians and satisfy the music feinschmeckers is quite a task. However, Ezra's delivery was sublime and very, very well played.

  • Music - live

    Kravitz with love and raised vibrations

    A surprisingly cold evening in May turned significantly less so for 12,000 assembled spectators in the Danish city of Horsens. The American superstar, Lenny Kravitz, paid the venue 'Faengslet' a visit, offering warm-heartedness and a catalogue full of extremely well-played songs – new and old.

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