13 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Yellow Claw’s sophomore album is billed as a love letter to L.A. and Amsterdam, the two cities in which the duo split their time. But the laundry list of guest stars—DJ Snake, Tinie Tempah, Juicy J, GTA, and many, many others—reveals a more global take on EDM. Packing so many voices into one LP could easily result in a sonic traffic jam, but it works: Their drops are like stomach-turning hiccups of silence followed by a tsunami of bass. Don’t miss “Hold on to Me,” a raucous trap number that sounds like someone pulled the fire alarm at the rave.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Yellow Claw’s sophomore album is billed as a love letter to L.A. and Amsterdam, the two cities in which the duo split their time. But the laundry list of guest stars—DJ Snake, Tinie Tempah, Juicy J, GTA, and many, many others—reveals a more global take on EDM. Packing so many voices into one LP could easily result in a sonic traffic jam, but it works: Their drops are like stomach-turning hiccups of silence followed by a tsunami of bass. Don’t miss “Hold on to Me,” a raucous trap number that sounds like someone pulled the fire alarm at the rave.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
76 Ratings

76 Ratings

Alexm6613 ,

Old school

Sounds like they are taking it back !!! Sick album!

frontlines// ,

so mainstream, but so good

they went a very future bass direction, but this is still yellow claw doing what they do best. stacks, hold on to me, city on lockdown, love & war, invitation, good day, open and last paradise are all dope, and the rest are pretty good. i like blood for mercy more, but this is still exceptional work from them

LaceUp. ,

Brazy ♥️

Crazy ❤️

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