12 Songs, 49 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Haunting, synth-soaked melancholy fills the Brooklyn group's third album. It’s familiar terrain for the band, but the execution of Otero War makes it their most elaborate and refined release to date. Singer Matthew Iwanusa floats though a fog of vintage keyboards and pizzicato strings on “The State of Mind,” as well as the glowing mid-tempo haze of “Believe.” When the tempos quicken, as on highlights like “On My Own” or “Lean on You,” Caveman packs a visceral punch.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Haunting, synth-soaked melancholy fills the Brooklyn group's third album. It’s familiar terrain for the band, but the execution of Otero War makes it their most elaborate and refined release to date. Singer Matthew Iwanusa floats though a fog of vintage keyboards and pizzicato strings on “The State of Mind,” as well as the glowing mid-tempo haze of “Believe.” When the tempos quicken, as on highlights like “On My Own” or “Lean on You,” Caveman packs a visceral punch.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

Kenjamin405 ,

Great, great album!

@ Buzzholt or whatever your name is who gave this 1 star. If Caveman owe War on Drugs (who I love) some money, then War on Drugs owes Don Henley all their money! Don't listen to this fool.

This is a great album full of dreamy synth and ringing guitars with really catchy songs. Caveman have always been really good and this projects them into the stratosphere. Yes it sounds 80's influenced and similar to other music. I don't think there is anything wrong with wearing your influences on your sleeve. No plagarism involved and to say so shows how uninformed and uneducated some are. Whatever, if you want plagarism just turn on the radio instead.

Indiana Red ,

Soooooo good

Summer 2016, meet your official album. Oh and see these boys live if you can!

Cannot wait for this to drop ,

Anticipation Station

Quality Band! It’s gonna be great!

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