You'll Be Fine

Hot Mulligan - You'll Be Fine
Critic Score
Based on 2 reviews
User Score
Based on 97 ratings
2020 Ratings: #349
Liked by 4 people
March 6, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
No Sleep / Label
Emo, Pop Punk / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

60
Exclaim!

Hot Mulligan tick just about all the boxes for diehard devotees to the emo way of life, and You'll Be Fine is a fierce bit of genre fare that's likely not an ideal proposition for newcomers or sceptics.

Doublez
72
With Spanish Love Songs and now Hot Mulligan, the punk rock/emo of the 90s shows is still far from giving up, and on the contrary it seems to be constantly rising from its ashes.

On the second album You'll Be Fine, Hot Mulligan shows that he has progressed from a common punk rock to something much more punchy and sophisticated. This can be explained by a much more elaborate songwriting and composition and also by a much more touching subtle content, led by Sanville's powerful vocals. The band ... read more
cakenator
70
WOOH! I needed that.
favorite track: *equip sunglasses* (which is probably one of the greatest song names ever)
least favorite track: SPS
barchamb13
86
Fans of Taking Back Sunday circa 2002-2006 here is an album for you (that's me, btw)
HalfsourDyl
98
EDIT: I keep falling more and more in love with this album. The record's brand of angst and panic resonates with me pretty heavily and became one of the most cathartic experiences of the year. Basically, all of the writing is from the perspective of the protagonist losing his shit and that kind of intensity makes for good art. He really needs the album's title read to him, and that's the point.

This is far from a groundbreaking album, as it stays a bit too close to what you expect to get with ... read more
JayCrackers
79
Well, never thought i was gonna say this but pop punk has started the year pretty well with Spnaish Love Songs's Brave Faces Everyone and now Hot Mulligan's you'll be fine and with PUP's Mordbid's Stuff last year shows that pop punk is stilla strong genre which can still be highly enjoyable and you'll be fine is a great example of that. With a more emo vibe with screaming vocals, you'll be fine is a great album and is a must listen for you emo fans and it embodies every great about emo ... read more
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Added on: January 17, 2020