Tuesday May 26, 2020

Emeli Sandé, Long Live The Angels (EMI/Virgin)

Four years ago, the world was prostrating itself at the feet of Scottish pop singer Emeli Sandé. There was good reason for such a display of admiration, primarily because she was a fine stand-alone artist who stepped into the over-subscribed urban pop market with assurance and originality. Sandé’s new album may be viewed as arriving later than is usual for a successful pop act,...

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