10 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Awash with echoing guitars and cinematic production, Boxer Rebellion’s fifth studio album is a melancholy masterpiece. With Nathan Nicholson's lovelorn lyrics and bittersweet falsetto front-and-center, it’s easy to get lost in the shadowy, synth-fogged haze of pensive ballads like “Pull Yourself Together” and “Keep Me Close.” When the band leans into driving anthems like “Big Ideas” and “Let’s Disappear,” the gorgeous production and sweeping choruses add an emotional depth that’s awe-inspiring.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Awash with echoing guitars and cinematic production, Boxer Rebellion’s fifth studio album is a melancholy masterpiece. With Nathan Nicholson's lovelorn lyrics and bittersweet falsetto front-and-center, it’s easy to get lost in the shadowy, synth-fogged haze of pensive ballads like “Pull Yourself Together” and “Keep Me Close.” When the band leans into driving anthems like “Big Ideas” and “Let’s Disappear,” the gorgeous production and sweeping choruses add an emotional depth that’s awe-inspiring.

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