12 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

When Julian Casablancas discovered “Regeneration”—a melodic, Manic Streets Preachers-infused call-to-arms–on a secretive music site, the Strokes front-man was so obsessed he released it on his label. The London four-piece build on that leg-up with a debut album that effectively blends their wide-ranging alt-rock tastes. “Baby’s Alright” turns up with Americana post-punk guitars and urgent choruses, “Treats” goes heavy on its spiky Pixies leanings, and “World on Fire” struts by in a deep, satisfying haze. “Stupid Things”, meanwhile, even has strains of Springsteen.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

When Julian Casablancas discovered “Regeneration”—a melodic, Manic Streets Preachers-infused call-to-arms–on a secretive music site, the Strokes front-man was so obsessed he released it on his label. The London four-piece build on that leg-up with a debut album that effectively blends their wide-ranging alt-rock tastes. “Baby’s Alright” turns up with Americana post-punk guitars and urgent choruses, “Treats” goes heavy on its spiky Pixies leanings, and “World on Fire” struts by in a deep, satisfying haze. “Stupid Things”, meanwhile, even has strains of Springsteen.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

lizziecinnamon ,

BEST NEW BAND ON THE PLANET

The best debut album from an indie rock band in years. Get on this band now. An insanely great live band too!

ZakkaryEnglish ,

😱Best New Band?!😱

Absolutely in love with this album so far. INHEAVEN has that oldies charm that isn't around so much anymore. I have high hopes for the album, I hope it "Treats me right." 😂😱✨

fR@nK0 ,

Excellent Alt-Rock

Protest songs, love songs, rock-n-roll, what's not to like.

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