12 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This Arizona band—comprising the four sons of '70s South African singer/songwriter John Kongos—play an uproarious, densely rhythmic brand of alt-rock accented by accordions, drum circle freakouts, and group vocals. "Sex on the Radio" has an African highlife groove that morphs into an epic chorus befitting The Strokes. "As We Are" is an uplifting slow jam that evokes Coldplay.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

This Arizona band—comprising the four sons of '70s South African singer/songwriter John Kongos—play an uproarious, densely rhythmic brand of alt-rock accented by accordions, drum circle freakouts, and group vocals. "Sex on the Radio" has an African highlife groove that morphs into an epic chorus befitting The Strokes. "As We Are" is an uplifting slow jam that evokes Coldplay.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
658 Ratings

658 Ratings

WallyInDC ,

Awesome!

Fantastic album! Heard 'Come With Me Now' on the radio and then bought the whole album. I hope they go on tour soon.

justbecausee ,

Love love love

Not that cheap fake music you usually hear

Wild amanzi ,

Rock revival

Have not heard this quality of rock in years. Fantastic, thanks Kongos brothers

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