12 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With their seventh album, screamo stars Senses Fail deliver a nostalgic triumph in the sing-along style of their 2004 debut—and revered post-hardcore milestone—Let It Enfold You. For the first time, vocalist and sole original member Buddy Nielson wrote all the songs himself, tackling the American opioid crisis on the life-affirming "New Jersey Makes, the World Takes," examining the foibles of consumerism on the hard-charging "Gold Jacket, Green Jacket...," and offering an anthemic reflection on the band's own history with "Double Cross."

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With their seventh album, screamo stars Senses Fail deliver a nostalgic triumph in the sing-along style of their 2004 debut—and revered post-hardcore milestone—Let It Enfold You. For the first time, vocalist and sole original member Buddy Nielson wrote all the songs himself, tackling the American opioid crisis on the life-affirming "New Jersey Makes, the World Takes," examining the foibles of consumerism on the hard-charging "Gold Jacket, Green Jacket...," and offering an anthemic reflection on the band's own history with "Double Cross."

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
105 Ratings

105 Ratings

radspacealien ,

I’ve never written a review on here but this is record is incredible

Senses Fail fan for over 10 years. I’ve always held their first three records in such high regard and loved everything they’ve put out. Renacer and Thorns were great records, albeit a very different sound for the band.

But this one, man, this one is just beautiful in an entirely different nature.

The entire idea of Buddy writing around his wife’s near death experience and having to raise his daughter alone elevates the album to emotional levels I’ve never heard from SF.

The album artwork is the most beautiful and powerful I’ve ever seen.

Catching two different shows for them on this tour!

JCrawl08 ,

This is going to be Epic

Senses Fail is the only band today that has remained true to themselves and their art throughout their entire career. Don't sleep on this

Dave by April ,

Wow!

Great job! Guys seriously, this is a return to form, with fresh, yet familiar sounding Senses Fail

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