10 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Some push the envelope—Alex Cameron rips it to shreds then dances in the confetti storm. By inhabiting a “failed artist” persona, Cameron and his saxophonist “business partner” Roy Molloy engage in surreal soft-rock cosplay. A running technique is stitching together couplets that force coffee through nostrils (example: “The devil’s in the deets/And the angel’s in the sheets”). His obsession with dark themes rivals David Lynch. And not far behind is Molloy’s kayfabe saxophone wail unfurling like a Chinese ribbon.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Some push the envelope—Alex Cameron rips it to shreds then dances in the confetti storm. By inhabiting a “failed artist” persona, Cameron and his saxophonist “business partner” Roy Molloy engage in surreal soft-rock cosplay. A running technique is stitching together couplets that force coffee through nostrils (example: “The devil’s in the deets/And the angel’s in the sheets”). His obsession with dark themes rivals David Lynch. And not far behind is Molloy’s kayfabe saxophone wail unfurling like a Chinese ribbon.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

Marcus182 ,

Amazing

This album is just incredible. The production is on a different level. The creativity of Alex’s writing is a breath of fresh air. Alex and Roy’s “posse” deserve all the success! This needs to be a million seller.. and soon!

DominosDeathlyAle ,

Fresh

It just released and I've listened to the whole thing. Having done this I can confidently say that it's good. He's made a solid album with clever songs, and it's different. It's something that stands out from his last album but still sounds like him. I, for one, am impressed.

Guvuucyi ,

o my god a masterpiece

this is definitely a step up from his debut in my opinion. production is so dreamy and done so well. angel olsen’s feature ughhh so goooooooooood. i cant stop raving about this masterpiece. ya gotta listen omg.

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