10 Songs, 36 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With the opening “Keep On Keepin’ On”—a forceful, distorted chugger bolstered by an infectious chorus—Bleached lay out the blueprint for Welcome the Worms. The L.A. band’s second album is filled with vicious but vivacious bangers, each sugary hook smeared with grime, as heard in the dizzying pound of “Trying to Lose Myself Again” or the Joan Jett-indebted snarl of “Sour Candy.” The unabashedly ’80s power pop muscle of “Hollywood, We Did It All Wrong” ends things with a glorious bang that’ll pull you right back to the start.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With the opening “Keep On Keepin’ On”—a forceful, distorted chugger bolstered by an infectious chorus—Bleached lay out the blueprint for Welcome the Worms. The L.A. band’s second album is filled with vicious but vivacious bangers, each sugary hook smeared with grime, as heard in the dizzying pound of “Trying to Lose Myself Again” or the Joan Jett-indebted snarl of “Sour Candy.” The unabashedly ’80s power pop muscle of “Hollywood, We Did It All Wrong” ends things with a glorious bang that’ll pull you right back to the start.

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