A majestic collection of 21st century synthpop – complete with hints of disco, a sprinkling of acid house and a big dollop of glamour – ‘The Love Invention’ is the long-awaited debut solo album from Alison Goldfrapp. Backed by some fabulously playful AI-generated visuals, it’s no surprise that the record rocketed straight into the UK Top 10 in the week of its release…

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