4 Songs, 15 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
352 Ratings

352 Ratings

Hncaudle ,

All my life

All of my life Andrew McMahon has surprised me again and again with every song he sings and writes. I've never loved and continued to love an artist who has changed his music as he changes in life. His stuff is absolutely beautiful. Must buy. And take a look at his old stuff too (something corporate and jacks mannequin) because if you don't like this EP you're sure to find at least one song of his that you'll fall in love with.

beaskiro ,

Regression of Sound

Thinking back to Everything in Transit, the sound of Andrew's piano was so pure and complemented by excellent drumming from Tommy Lee. Lyrically, Andrew has always been great and able to connect with listeners.

This new album is experimental and heavy on the synthesizer, even featuring some voice auto tuning. Unfortunately, it feels like a regression from the music that made me a fan of Andrew. It sounds so packaged and devoid of real instruments.

It would be so nice to hear more collaboration with Tommy Lee and a return to actual music, instead of emphasis on studio editing effects.

ChomskyTheBear ,



("Learn To Dance" is a little "eh" in its repetition, but I forgive him.)

Live long and prosper, Andy McMahon. Your music pumps the veins of the roots beneath my shoes; steers my ship from madness - go forth, get that gold record, and save us all from Taylor Swift. Like the G you are.

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