Adam Grundy’s Top Albums of 2019

2019 was a year that gave us outstanding debut records, tremendous follow-ups from several established bands, as well as some surprise albums that I never would have thought to make my list at the beginning of the year. My list and listening taste are as eclectic as it’s ever been and I’m perfectly happy with that.  Here are 30 albums I felt are worthy of your attention and ears delight.

Favorite Albums of 2019

  1. The Japanese House – Good at Falling
  2. Oso Oso – Basking in the Glow
  3. Sturgill Simpson – Sound & Fury
  4. The Maine – You Are OK
  5. The Dangerous Summer – Mother Nature
  6. Vampire Weekend – Father of the Bride
  7. Maggie Rogers – Heard it in a Past Life
  8. Taylor Swift – Lover
  9. Night Riots – New State of Mind
  10. Allen Stone – Building Balance
  11. Sum 41 – Order in Decline
  12. The Almost – Fear Caller
  13. Billie Eilish – WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?
  14. Jimmy Eat World – Surviving
  15. Vinnie Caruana – Aging Frontman
  16. Russian Girlfriends – In The Parlance of our Times
  17. Tyler, The Creator – IGOR
  18. American Football – LP3
  19. Bring Me The Horizon – amo
  20. Two Door Cinema Club – False Alarm
  21. K. Flay – Solutions
  22. Lizzo – Cuz I Love You
  23. Of Monsters and Men – Fever Dream
  24. Sleater-Kinney – The Center Won’t Hold
  25. Slipknot – We Are Not Your Kind
  26. Bad Suns – Mystic Truth
  27. Lana Del Rey – Norman Fucking Rockwell
  28. Brittany Howard – Jaime
  29. Blink-182 – NINE
  30. Coldplay – Everyday Life

Thanks to everyone who took the time to read my reviews over this year, or for just making Chorus.FM a part of your daily internet browsing. I greatly appreciate all the kind words over my time with this site, and I’m thrilled to be giving back to the community that I spent so much time with. Happy New Year!

Adam Grundy Adam Grundy is a contributor at chorus.fm. He can also be found at @paythetab on Twitter and on Facebook.