Two artists that are going to enjoy one hell of a 2019 have both released new albums today.

First up, we have James Blake who has released his fourth album 'Assume Form.' Blake's follow-up to 2016's 'The Colour in Anything' features collaborations from OutKast's André 3000 and ROSALÍA.

Blake announced the album only this month, and has been teasing its release ever since. Just yesterday, the songwriter released the lyrical music video for track 'Mile High' with Travis Scott.

'Assume Form' from James Blake is available on streaming websites now.


Maggie Rogers has also released her debut album 'Heard It In A Past Life' today.

Having only released singles and EP's so far in her career, the Maryland singer's debut album has been a long time coming.

The leading track from the album 'Light On' has been garnering praise since it's release last year, and Rogers recently performed the song with fans in Paris.

No doubt Irish fans will be eager to listen to her debut album, as she is due to play The Academy in February. 'Heard It In A Past Life' is available to stream now.

We caught up with Maggie Rogers last year for a quick interview ahead of her night supporting Mumford & Sons at 3Arena.