I’ve given it enough listens to rate it now so I’d say for me it goes:
Visions of A Life - 4.5/5 (this one took the longest to grow and I needed to watch the live version of some songs like Sadboy, Formidable Cool, and Yuk Foo to get into it. I think every track is good outside of the boring 2nd last one).
My Love Is Cool - 4.5/5 (not as consistent for me as Visions of A Life but some of the singles are better and it’s hard to make songs like Giant Peach which still hold up but they have)
Blue Weekend - 4/5 (this is their most immediate album so I get the higher reviews it’s gotten helped by the euphoric sound. I think it’s split in the middle for me with 5 songs I really like, 3 that I think are good, and 3 which are decent but forgettable.It’s also more cohesive than their earlier stuff)
Overall, just a very talented band and the best indie band to come out of the 2010’s for me in the UK (sorry to The Joy Formidable from the earlier discussion who I love but only their 1st album compares to Wolf Alice). It is a shame that this band took 4 years to release the 3rd album after winning the Mercury Prize. If you wonder why indie bands often don’t make it bigger…this is it. Lots of touring, not as much writing, no team of songwriters to just do the job for them and have them come in and sing.