Boniface - Boniface
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2020 Ratings: #30 / 491
User Score
Based on 175 ratings
2020 Ratings: #616
Liked by 5 people
February 14, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Transgressive / Label
Synthpop / Genres
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So glad I discovered them on youtube. This album is of course a mashup of amazing synthpop songs.
If I break the ice directly I'll say that this album is still overrated by the professional critics!

Most of the time I found his synthpop to be soporific and unfortunately predictable.When the rhythm is faster on some songs it's a bit better but his writing and interpretation is to fill in the gaps, and as a result the album seems strangely long
It's a little predictable, but WOW is it fun. Just full of euphoric tunes with some hidden melancholic emotions and I am such a sucker for electronic music
this album is so nostalgic for me, I don't know why, but the feeling just clicks with me. And it kinda sounds like if 2009-2011 Twenty-One pilots were, You know, Good, and also synth-pop. And I don't know, it has such a nice vibe.

Like if you were walking in the middle of a forest in the middle of nowhere in February, with no extra ... read more
Best tracks: "I Will Not Return As A Tourist", "Keeping Up", "Dear Megan"
Worst tracks: "It's A Joke", "Making Peace With Suburbia"
sonically - bleachers
lyrically - lorde
vocally - conor oberst

kinda down to be honest
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Track List

  1. Waking Up In Suburbia
  2. I Will Not Return As a Tourist
  3. Keeping Up
  4. Dear Megan
  5. Oh My God
  6. Fumbling
  7. Your List
  8. Ghosts
  9. Wake Me Back Up
  10. It's a Joke
  11. Stay Home
  12. Making Peace With Suburbia
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Added on: December 22, 2019