16 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Londoners’ first album of new material for 17 years also serves as the soundtrack to British TV comedy Cradle to Grave, sharing its nostalgic, glass-half-full charm. Warmth and immediacy are the keystones of a guitar-pop collection that dips its tapping toes into country, soul, funk and disco. Wit and great storytelling come as standard with Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook, and reminiscing about teenage kicks helps them find vintage form on the title track’s barroom bounce and the hormonal jitters of “Haywire”.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Londoners’ first album of new material for 17 years also serves as the soundtrack to British TV comedy Cradle to Grave, sharing its nostalgic, glass-half-full charm. Warmth and immediacy are the keystones of a guitar-pop collection that dips its tapping toes into country, soul, funk and disco. Wit and great storytelling come as standard with Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook, and reminiscing about teenage kicks helps them find vintage form on the title track’s barroom bounce and the hormonal jitters of “Haywire”.

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