10 Songs, 32 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A comforting melancholy pervades the gauzy indie pop of Alvvays’ second album—the kind of blue mood you can wrap yourself in like a blanket. Sharper, richer, and more confident than their debut, Antisocialites catalogs the ups and downs of romance, from first blush (“Lollipop (Ode to Jim)”) to last chance (“Dreams Tonite”), optimism (“Saved by a Waif”) to regret (“In Undertow”)—what frontman Molly Rankin has called a “fantasy breakup arc.” Smart, funny, catchy, and true, her vision resonates.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A comforting melancholy pervades the gauzy indie pop of Alvvays’ second album—the kind of blue mood you can wrap yourself in like a blanket. Sharper, richer, and more confident than their debut, Antisocialites catalogs the ups and downs of romance, from first blush (“Lollipop (Ode to Jim)”) to last chance (“Dreams Tonite”), optimism (“Saved by a Waif”) to regret (“In Undertow”)—what frontman Molly Rankin has called a “fantasy breakup arc.” Smart, funny, catchy, and true, her vision resonates.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
57 Ratings

57 Ratings

pdxfuture ,

Love it

I love it!!! Been waiting for this!! Actually flew all the way from Florida to see you guys perform in Portland back in may for the redbull 3 days in Portland festival. Left early so I didn't get to see u guys but I will next time for sure!!!!

robartval ,

New Haircut?

I really love all of the releases so far and I know for a fact that this album is going to be as enchanting and amazing as the last; but where's New Haircut? I was really hoping to see that on this album after hearing it live!

topherak ,

Only The Best

First track “In Undertow” is spot on amazing. Alvvays gives us another fantastic album. There sound is unique and the are all wonderful musicians in their own right. Her voice is hypnotic and lovely and I could listen to it forever. A+ 5Stars