13 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The English quintet have escaped a period of ennui and dissatisfaction that nearly curtailed them for good after 2013’s Old Souls. However, their most musically adventurous record yet still finds frontman James Veck-Gilodi processing his demons to transfixing effect. “Fever”’s grungy charge juxtaposes a searingly honest account of alcoholism with one of their most infectious choruses, the homesick “Seattle” tips gracefully into country-rock, and “England” expresses weariness with their homeland over a restless funk-rock groove.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The English quintet have escaped a period of ennui and dissatisfaction that nearly curtailed them for good after 2013’s Old Souls. However, their most musically adventurous record yet still finds frontman James Veck-Gilodi processing his demons to transfixing effect. “Fever”’s grungy charge juxtaposes a searingly honest account of alcoholism with one of their most infectious choruses, the homesick “Seattle” tips gracefully into country-rock, and “England” expresses weariness with their homeland over a restless funk-rock groove.

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