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Get into the groove with our huge inflight music library.
Whatever you want to listen to during your flight, we're sure you'll find something to love in our eclectic music library. Whether you want to relax with something soothing, or crank up the volume and party, we've got music to suit your mood.
On this page you'll find just a tiny selection of the full albums available on demand this month, you'll find plenty more once you get settled in to your seat.
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Our top picks this month
Bring Me The Horizon - Amo
Sheffield’s Bring Me The Horizon started life mixing death-metal and hardcore punk, but have shifted styles so that this, their sixth album, incorporates pop, electronica and hip-hop into an enthralling, intoxicating whole.
Chloe x Halle - The Kids Are Alright
R&B sister act Chloe x Halle are a former supporting turn for Beyoncé whose debut album moved Pitchfork to say ‘it’s easy to believe that if God spoke, she would sound like Chloe x Halle’. That’s what you might call very high praise indeed.
Gregory Porter - Liquid Spirit
The Grammy award-nominated jazz singer’s 2013 album includes some of his most searching performances. From the Gospel-backed Liquid Water, to When Love Was King – which Porter sings to his new son – this is an album that comes from the heart.
James Blake - Assume Form
Working with Beyoncé, nominated for the Mercury, adored by critics – James Blake’s stellar career path is hardly surprising when his signature sound of textured electronics and achingly beautiful vocals gets better with each new album.
Maggie Rogers - Heard It in a Past Life
Get used to hearing the name Maggie Rogers. On the strength of this debut album she’s going to be around a while. The beats are pop-leaning, but her voice, wistful and melancholic one moment, haunting yet funky the next, is the real draw.
Rival Sons - Feral Roots
California’s Rival Sons have spent several albums getting their 1970’s rock fixation out of their systems, and have now carved a niche all their own: bluesy rock mixed with high-tempo riffs and soul-searching lyrics.
Rudimental - Toast to Our Differences
Their third album is an almost perfect synthesis of Rudimental’s heady brew of drum and bass and deliriously euphoric pop. Put it this way – if it doesn’t get you in a party mood then you might want to check your own pulse.
Steven Wilson - Home Invasion: In Concert at the Royal Albert Hall
The former Porcupine Tree man is captured in concert at London’s Royal Albert Hall, itself the culmination of a sell-out three-night residency. Featuring a set of old and new, it’s a fantastic document of a unique talent.
Ward Thomas - Restless Minds
Sisters Catherine and Lizzy Ward Thomas make modern country music with a British twist, while songs on this superb third album touch on gender equality, mental health issues and their own relationship as twins growing up and growing apart.
You'll be dancing in the aisles to our selection of boarding music this month.
The Tide Is High
Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd. Street Rhythm Band
Islands In the Stream
(You're Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher
Love At First Sight
All Night Long (All Night)
Native New Yorker
You're My Best Friend
I'll Take You There
The Staple Singers
Welcome To New York
Just You and I (Acoustic)
Sunshine on a Rainy Day (Edit)