Lily Allen: No Shame (Parlophone)

There’s always been something to like about Lily Allen, from her confessional leanings back in 2006, when her debut album, Alright, Still, announced the arrival of a formidable presence, to 2014’s Sheezus, when she went delightfully OTT with punchy songs such as Insincerely Yours and Hard Out Here. She returns after four years with her best work yet. Stylistically, No Shame steers clear of the pop sheen successfully...

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