12 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Patch the Sky, veteran noisemaker Bob Mould once again marries light with dark, crafting catchy, seductive melodies and igniting them in a furious six-string squall. There’s driving, doomy, and dramatic alt-rock (“Hold On”); dangerous, pit-ready punk (“Losing Time”); and endless oceans of gorgeous, overdriven guitar (“Black Confetti”). "Lucifer and God" pulls heaven and hell together, mixing dreamy vocal parts with a blistering '90s-inspired din. By the time you reach the massive swell of the closing “Monument”—with its pounding, slow-burn crescendo—you’ll be shaken physically and emotionally.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On Patch the Sky, veteran noisemaker Bob Mould once again marries light with dark, crafting catchy, seductive melodies and igniting them in a furious six-string squall. There’s driving, doomy, and dramatic alt-rock (“Hold On”); dangerous, pit-ready punk (“Losing Time”); and endless oceans of gorgeous, overdriven guitar (“Black Confetti”). "Lucifer and God" pulls heaven and hell together, mixing dreamy vocal parts with a blistering '90s-inspired din. By the time you reach the massive swell of the closing “Monument”—with its pounding, slow-burn crescendo—you’ll be shaken physically and emotionally.

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