The music industry has changed an awful lot since Amy Macdonald last released an album. The streaming boom has altered the consumption landscape beyond all recognition, while the traditional album format has also taken a hefty hit, coming under threat from a market leaning increasingly towards a single track release model.
All potentially disconcerting news for a returning singer songwriter who is every inch the ‘albums artist’.
On February 17, Macdonald returns with fourth album Under Stars, her first since ...
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