12 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Against a throbbing bass riff, Tim Booth declares, “I’m in love with the fever of life”. Thus begins James’s 14th studio album, setting the tone for a record whose vitality is as pronounced as its vertiginous melodies. There are rock anthems decorated with intriguing electronic touches (“Surfer’s Song”), rave anthems decorated with intriguing rock touches (“Catapult”), and lovely moments of restraint (“Feet of Clay”). It all adds up to an album with far more spirit and purpose than most bands into their fourth decade can manage.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Against a throbbing bass riff, Tim Booth declares, “I’m in love with the fever of life”. Thus begins James’s 14th studio album, setting the tone for a record whose vitality is as pronounced as its vertiginous melodies. There are rock anthems decorated with intriguing electronic touches (“Surfer’s Song”), rave anthems decorated with intriguing rock touches (“Catapult”), and lovely moments of restraint (“Feet of Clay”). It all adds up to an album with far more spirit and purpose than most bands into their fourth decade can manage.

Parental Advisory Explicit Content
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