11 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Wombats’ gift of making indie pop sound fresh and effortless continues unabated on its fourth album. Guitars shine like mirror balls, rhythms invite fresh dance-floor poses, and sky-high vocal melodies inspire the kind of sing-alongs that ensure you extra space on the bus. Their penchant for clever wordplay might cause head scratches—cue “Lemon to a Knife Fight” and “Out of My Head” for prime examples—but make perfect sense in The Wombats’ world.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Wombats’ gift of making indie pop sound fresh and effortless continues unabated on its fourth album. Guitars shine like mirror balls, rhythms invite fresh dance-floor poses, and sky-high vocal melodies inspire the kind of sing-alongs that ensure you extra space on the bus. Their penchant for clever wordplay might cause head scratches—cue “Lemon to a Knife Fight” and “Out of My Head” for prime examples—but make perfect sense in The Wombats’ world.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
64 Ratings

64 Ratings

nightskyx ,

Turn is magnificient

"Turn" is one of those songs that make you feel nostalgia for your teenage years. It's a lyrically sweet song that I can't get out of my head.

Puppy<3Luv ,

It’s okay... but I like their old sound.

I had really high hopes for this album. I’ve loved all of their albums previously in full, probably because their style was so unique. Their lyrics juxtaposed the upbeat background and i LOVED IT. But, this album just sound like a completely different band. They have some good songs in there, like Turn, Cheetah Tongue, Lemon to a Knife Fight, and White Eyes, but honestly the rest of it just sounds like something that I’ve heard before. Still love the Wombats though.

WhiteAsian101 ,

So Good

I didn't know if they could top their last album but so far this is incredible!

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