Here’s a guide to six albums to look out for for the first few months of this year …

Nobody is Listening by Zayn: the singer’s third studio album is set to be released on the 15th January. It is his first album since Icarus Falls and includes the singles ‘Better’ and ‘Vibez’.

Medicine at Midnight by Foo Fighters: the band’s 10th studio album is set to be released on the 5th February, having originally been supposed to be released last year. The album includes the lead single ‘Shame Shame’ .

Not Your Muse by Celeste: having been named the 2020 BRITs Critics’ Choice winner, Celeste’s album is set to be released on the 26th February. It is set to include the singles ‘Stop This Flame’, ‘A Little Love’ and ‘Love is Back’.

When You See Yourself by Kings of Leon: the band’s eighth studio album will be available from the 5th March. Recorded at Nashville’s famed Blackbird Studios, and produced by Grammy Award-winning Markus Dravs (Arcade Fire, Coldplay, Florence + the Machine), it includes tracks such as ‘The Bandit’ and ‘100,000 People’.

Chemtrails Over the Country Club by Lana Del Rey: the singer’s seventh album is set to be released at some stage this year and will include her recent single ‘Let Me Love You Like A Woman’.

The Bitter Truth by Evanescence: the group’s new album is their first featuring all original music in over a decade – so will be highly anticipated by their fans. The album will include songs such as ‘Wasted On You’, ‘The Game is Over’ and ”Use My Voice’.