8 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Japandroids’ expansive third album follows 2012’s Celebration Rock with something steadier and more mature, but no less triumphant. At times—“Midnight to Morning” and the spacious “True Love and a Free Life of Free Will”—their Springsteenian indie rock approaches the stadium-sized grandeur of bands like Foo Fighters and Pearl Jam, bridging the energy and commitment of punk with the ambition of center stage.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Japandroids’ expansive third album follows 2012’s Celebration Rock with something steadier and more mature, but no less triumphant. At times—“Midnight to Morning” and the spacious “True Love and a Free Life of Free Will”—their Springsteenian indie rock approaches the stadium-sized grandeur of bands like Foo Fighters and Pearl Jam, bridging the energy and commitment of punk with the ambition of center stage.

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Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
40 Ratings

40 Ratings

Faunce13 ,

More Celebration Rock

These guys should be huge!! Maybe they are just big enough. The songs are great anthems about what lifw ought to be and I can't get enough.

Japandroid rocks! ,

AWESOME!

Love this band...I am so excited they have another album coming out. Every song is incredible, and bucks the horrible, plastic and disposible music that is being issued by most rock bands today. Thanks Japandriods!!!

MattyL. ,

Japandroids

This is what alternative is all about

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