11 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a slight detour into dark, percussive synth-pop on Living Thing, the Swedes put the fizz—and guitars—back into their buoyant hooks on 2011's Gimme Some. "Dig a Little Deeper" shimmies with a sprightly calypso groove, while "Second Chance" gets giddy on power pop and some irresistible cowbell. Elsewhere, the trio channel their energy into breathless, speeding punk on "Breaker Breaker" and "Black Book," before they douse it all with sizzling electric guitar on "I Know You Don't Love Me."

EDITORS’ NOTES

After a slight detour into dark, percussive synth-pop on Living Thing, the Swedes put the fizz—and guitars—back into their buoyant hooks on 2011's Gimme Some. "Dig a Little Deeper" shimmies with a sprightly calypso groove, while "Second Chance" gets giddy on power pop and some irresistible cowbell. Elsewhere, the trio channel their energy into breathless, speeding punk on "Breaker Breaker" and "Black Book," before they douse it all with sizzling electric guitar on "I Know You Don't Love Me."

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
205 Ratings

205 Ratings

Afollower ,

Gimme Some more

This album is a great new sound for PB&J. It is some great music for summer 2011.

DGrady ,

another great album

Love PP&J. Another great album. This album makes me want to strap an emu to my face and run around in a field screaming.

ibq. ,

Gimme, Gimme, Gimme!

"Gimme Some" is one of PB&J's best yet. Start to finish, I love this record. Makes me smile. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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