11 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The perky songs of Jack Peñate’s debut, Matinée, captured a crossover wave in indie pop, but for Everything Is New, he and producer Paul Epworth went in search of something else. It’s a classic exploratory second record, stuffed full of influences: highlife guitars, Tropicália, disco rhythms. The musical experiments result in a dancier, more starry-eyed and euphoric Peñate, but all his new colors are kept within the lines of solidly built, heartfelt pop.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The perky songs of Jack Peñate’s debut, Matinée, captured a crossover wave in indie pop, but for Everything Is New, he and producer Paul Epworth went in search of something else. It’s a classic exploratory second record, stuffed full of influences: highlife guitars, Tropicália, disco rhythms. The musical experiments result in a dancier, more starry-eyed and euphoric Peñate, but all his new colors are kept within the lines of solidly built, heartfelt pop.

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