John Preston selects his top 10 albums of 2019. Scroll through each page till you reach the best album of the year.
10. Ada Lea – What We Say in Private
Ada Lea takes a folk and indie rock template and disrupts it from the inside out in minor and disconcerting ways on her often startling debut album.
Drum machines, a shriek of a synth and jangled guitars add menace and excitement to tales of rotten betrayal that can be intense and intimate.