Damian Jones

Love songs they may be, but not as we know them.
This, Royal Blood’s fourth album, is easily the best since their debut, but there’s still a way to go before they produce an LP as fine as that again.
For the second time, Dave Grohl lost a bandmate. And for the second time, he's picked up the pieces and carried on.
Billed as a sequel to their classic album 'Mellon Collie and The Infinite Sadness', this sci-fi-inspired epic is ambitious and complex.
There is disappointment that a number of U2’s big-hitters don’t translate well on ‘Stories For Surrender’, but this revision hasn’t been a totally fruitless endeavour: you just have to dig a little bit deeper to find the reimagined material that’s truly worth savouring.

February Playlist