Editors’ Notes The anthemic U.K. rockers turn personal strife into their most vibrant album. After 2015’s experimental Ones and Zeros, Young Guns’ daring is redeployed into nerveless self-examination as they consider the psychological effect of romantic break-ups, drummer Ben Jolliffe’s departure, and leaving a major label. From “Bulletproof”’s rousing defiance to the space-glam stomp of “Mad World”, the punchier, grittier sound reflects a band rattled but re-vitalised into producing their most purposeful music yet.

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Bulletproof
1
3:05
 
Echoes
2
3:26
 
Careful What You Wish For
3
3:30
 
Paranoid
4
3:15
 
Mad World
5
2:55
 
Awakening
6
3:54
 
Living in a Dream Is So Easy
7
3:19
 
Buried
8
3:23
 
Mercury in Retrograde
9
3:24
 
Paradise
10
3:31
 
Afterglow
11
3:54