Following a fantastic run of singles, rising alt-pop artist Malory has released her debut album entitled ‘Cornucopia’ and it’s one of the best we have heard so far this year.

Malory launched her album in the very best way, by playing a headline show – specifically at The Borderline in London. The album took over two years to make and features a collection of songs from the past 5 years of her life. The tracks are commercial but have an edge – we’re big fans of pop artists that put their own spin on the genre.

‘Cornucopia’ is atmospheric, focusing on wonderful textures and the lead vocals throughout. There has been a rise in alt-pop in recent years and we think this is an incredibly strong record. The 8 track album offers care-free expression, charm and honesty. It is quite a short release but acts as a perfect introduction to an artist with plenty of potential to go far.

Malory explains a little more about her debut album below:

“Cornucopia is a musical collage of the last five years of my life. It’s a collection of experiences, love’s, losses, my own search for identity and my fantasies too.”

“I spent so many years holding back songs because I thought they were too weird or not ‘pop’ enough, but I’ve finally reached this wonderful place in myself where I just don’t care anymore. If music is all about self expression, then I have to let go, express, release songs into the universe and move on to the next phase.”

Co-produced by Danny George and Nick Kingsley, ‘Cornucopia’ is an album fit for 2019 and it’s easy to see why the likes of BBC Radio 2, XFM and The Line of Best Fit are taking notice. With sync placements in the likes of Netflix’s ‘Battle’ trailer and Dancing With The Stars, you may have already heard Malory’s music already without even knowing it.

Be sure to listen to the full album below on Spotify. You can follow Malory online here.