11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s a blazing fire of back-from-the-brink attitude fueling this third record from Mallory Knox. It’s there, most obviously, on “Giving It Up”—a defiant call to arms dripping in squalling guitar—but it’s also a constant touchstone on an album shaped by both the excesses of the road and vocalist and bassist Sam Douglas’ struggles with anxiety. “California” is a stick of stadium-ready dynamite, and “For You” brims with soul-baring honesty and a breezy melody most pop stars would kill for.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

There’s a blazing fire of back-from-the-brink attitude fueling this third record from Mallory Knox. It’s there, most obviously, on “Giving It Up”—a defiant call to arms dripping in squalling guitar—but it’s also a constant touchstone on an album shaped by both the excesses of the road and vocalist and bassist Sam Douglas’ struggles with anxiety. “California” is a stick of stadium-ready dynamite, and “For You” brims with soul-baring honesty and a breezy melody most pop stars would kill for.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Priest Garterbelt ,

Not disappointed!

Most of the songs I personally enjoy, a couple, not much. But, Mallory Knox has yet to disappoint! ("Better off without you" is a gem)

Bubblegumland ,

Um yes

Mallory Knox has never seizes to amaze me. I personally never enjoyed rock, but they helped me realize how much I really loved it. The lyrics are so perfect when you take the time to listen to them and they always come up with such catchy tunes. Amazing work has paid off with an amazing album!

CrissiMedoro ,

YES

best album yet, boys! vocalist is insane

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