Birdy Albums Ranked

Jasmine Lucilla Elizabeth Jennifer van den Bogaerde (born 15 May 1996), better known by her stage name Birdy, is an English singer, songwriter, and musician. She won the music competition Open Mic UK in 2008, at the age of 12. Her debut single, a cover version of Bon Iver’s “Skinny Love”, was her breakthrough, charting all across Europe and earning platinum certification six times in Australia. Her self-titled debut album, Birdy, was released on 7 November 2011 to similar success, peaking at number one in Australia, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Her second studio album, Fire Within, was released on 23 September 2013 in the UK. At the 2014 Brit Awards, she was nominated for Best British Female Solo Artist. Her third studio album, Beautiful Lies, was released on 25 March 2016. Her fourth studio album Young Heart was released on 30 April 2021. Here are all of Birdy’s albums ranked.

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4. Young Heart (2021)

MP3: Birdy – Young Heart | 6ix9ine

“This album is the uplifting light of morning following the dark of night. It is the beauty that follows melancholy. It is a cohesive and consistent album full of melody and wonderful yet simple arrangements. It feels organic and deliberately contains imperfections that add to that atmosphere. Really good and perfect for the quiet of early hours or the first light of day.”

3. Fire Within (2013)

Fire Within (Deluxe) - Album by Birdy | Spotify

“Very nice album for putting on and really listening to. Birdy’s voice has that vulnerable quality to it that make a lot of these songs sound simply captivating. Like a lot of people, I was first introduced to her through the acoustic version of “Wings” being used on a TV addy; but that doesn’t detract from the fact that it is a truly beautiful song in its own right. I have been playing this album a lot lately, and I have to say the rest of the songs on the album are equally as good, leading me to believe this could well be a contender for my album of the year! The fact that she has either written or co written all the songs on this album just adds to her being a legitimate artist with a firm future.”

2. Beautiful Lies (2016)

Birdy's 'Beautiful Lies': EW Review |

“Another nice album by Birdy. Not as good as her previous one on first listen, but it’s early days yet and it may still grow on me further. The album kicks off with a few tracks that definitely have a Florence And The Machine vibe to them, especially “Keeping Your Head Up”, but it also has the more trademark Birdy type songs in the form of “Lost It All”, “Unbroken” and “Beautiful Lies” which would not have sounded out of place on her previous release. Birdy has a distinctive and original vocal style, and one which on her slower songs I find both endearing and soothing to listen to.”

1. Birdy (2011)

Birdy - Album by Birdy | Spotify

“Although there is one self-written song, Birdy (the album) is probably one of the best cover projects I’ve heard since the glory days of This Mortal Coil. Never mind the original versions, Birdy (the artist) totally makes these songs her own. The vocals and piano dominate but these are sympathetically augmented by inventive ambient keyboards, percussion and (especially on the stirring cover of Mew’s Comforting Sounds) soaring orchestrations. Birdy’s own composition Without A Word shows a lot of promise (Kate Bush was scrabbling about with Passing Through Air at the same age) and hopefully the follow up album will feature mainly her own songs.”