We’re bringing you a round-up of our top picks for this month. From the accounts to follow to the new releases to watch and listen to, here’s what we’ve been loving at Wallis HQ.
WE’RE LISTENING TO…
From BBQs in the garden to drinks in the park, these are the chilled, summery sounds we love having on in the background.
A surprise album from Taylor Swift, and it doesn’t disappoint. From laid-back pop to upbeat tunes, there’s something for everyone on this album.
An all-time fave at Wallis HQ. Jessie Ware and mum Lennie talk food, love, life and everything in-between with a different celebrity guest each week, and the new lockdown episodes are exactly what we needed.
This Aussie hit has finally made its way to BBC Iplayer, and we can’t stop watching. For fans of The Girl on the Train and Gone Girl, you’ll love this fast-paced thriller.
The newest critically acclaimed creation from Michaela Coel, I May Destroy you has been described as a fearless and frank new drama about modern relationships and sexual consent.
The third series of Idris Elba’s hilarious 80s comedy has just landed on Sky One, and we’re loving it just as much as the first two.
Occasionally political, always funny, @dudewithsign is the viral sensation we love to see pop up on our feeds.
From relatable content to family friendly recipes and helpful tips and tricks, @themumclub is our favourite account for all things motherhood.
We’ve loved revisiting this beautiful novel from 2007. From the author of The Kite Runner, A Thousand Splendid Suns is a gripping tale of two young women and the difficult lives they lead after marrying the same man.
Queenie is a 25 year old Jamaican-British woman living in London. She’s straddling two cultures and struggling to fit into either. After a messy break up with her boyfriend, Queenie careens from one questionable decision to another.
Tiffy needs a flat and Leon needs cash, their friends think they're crazy to share a bed with someone they've never met, but they think they've found the perfect solution. If you’re looking for a feel-good summer read, Beth O’leary’s novel is all about finding love in the most unexpected of ways.
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