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Kenneth Womack’s new book explores the final, tragic year of John Lennon’s life, in which the former Beatle tried to relaunch his career and reinvigorate his marriage.
The Australian rockers deliver more of the same with their second album, though that doesn’t really matter too much when “the same” is this good.
The 1975’s new album is huge and sprawling, exploring almost as many genres as it has songs. It shows off the band at their best – and their worst.
It’s remarkable to think that Laura Marling is now eight albums deep into her career. Since releasing her Mercury Prize-nominated debut back in 2008, she’s released a steady stream of albums – each better than the last.
“There was a time last year when I didn’t think I’d be able to tour abroad again,” Torres says part way through her show at The Louisiana. “It means so much to me that you’re all here.” And there’s no doubt that everybody in the audience is glad they’re here as well: Torres and her band sound huge and unstoppable tonight.