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MD Discovery: British Indie Rock Band Lovejoy Up for iHeart Award

Lovejoy Do “Normal People Things”

British indie rock band Lovejoy are today’s Music Daily Discovery, and they’re anticipating 2024 to be a big year for them.

With their latest song, “Normal People Things,” from October 2023, and a few snippets from social media, the band seems to be teasing their next project. This project would add to the small, yet, growing discography of the band. With only three EPs—one being their 2021 debut EP, Are You Alright?—and a few singles under their belt, Lovejoy has room to grow and play with their sound.

If “Normal People Things” is any indication, then Lovejoy’s next album will be poetic and satisfying, with fun vocals and full, compelling instrumental production. In a Lovejoy newsletter, Frontman William Gold wittily said of the October single, “‘Normal People Things’ is a song I wrote about things that normal people do, such as shopping, showering, occupying space, panic attacks, etc. However, there are also some things normal people do not do. This song will not talk about that.”

Aside from releasing a possible album, Lovejoy are set to hit the stage at this year’s Coachella. They’ll be performing Fridays April 12 and 19.

2024 iHeart Radio Music Award Nomination

Additionally, Lovejoy are up for the 2024 iHeart Radio Music Award for Best New Artist (Alt and Rock). However, they’re up against some heavy competition. Bad Omens, HARDY, Jelly Roll and Noah Kahan are all also up for the award. Last year, Giovannie and the Hired Guns won the award.

For now, fans of Lovejoy will simply have to wait and hope for the band to get this exciting recognition.

Make sure to tune in on Monday, April 1, at 8 PM EST on FOX to find out who will take the title home. The iHeart Radio Music Awards will be held at The Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles.

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