I Can Feel You Forgetting Me

Neon Trees - I Can Feel You Forgetting Me
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Based on 2 reviews
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Based on 68 ratings
2020 Ratings: #1010
Liked by 2 people
July 24, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Thrill Forever / Label
Pop Rock / Genres
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I Can Feel You Forgetting Me is a strong return that modernizes what they do best with plenty of style and heart.

No Ripcord

While I Can Feel You Forgetting Me feels therapeutic for songwriter Tyler Glenn, it isn’t an entertaining or interesting enough comeback.

you're right, i am already forgetting you
Happy August everyone!

Neon Tree's 4th album features much of the mainstream pop rock which the band is known for. I was pretty excited for this album (although it sounds silly) mostly because of its cover. I mean, look at that! Unfortunately, although this album is roughly what I expected, the music doesn't quite live up to the expectations I had. Most of the tracks here are completely forgettable with practically no redeeming qualities, however nothing is horribly offensive or bad about the ... read more
on their first record in 6 years: neon trees are back!

every track is legitimately good, although this is way less alternative than I’d like it to be; its super pop. there isn’t the raw energy of their early career.

there aren’t really gems, like ‘1983’ or ‘text me in the morning’, but ‘everything is killing me’ and the singles are quality.

i believe 2014’s pop psychology is easily their best record, one of the more extremely ... read more
This is an album that caught my eye a couple of weeks ago, and I wanted to listen to it when it came out, mainly due to its quite fascinating cover art, and how it contrasts quite a bit to all their other covers. Now I haven’t listened to Neon Trees before, nor had I even heard of them before this, so this was my first dive into their music and… it’s fair to say I did like it.

This album was a lot more fun than I anticipated it to be, especially from its opening track, which ... read more
Bold title for an album within forgettin' distance.

Okay it's not too forgettable, there's actually some real jams on here. Songs like Nights and Holy Ghost are pretty fun, and harken back to the glory days of their hits like Animal. However, about half the songs on the album are forgettable. Boring hooks, with nothing interesting happening vocally or instrumentally. Worth at least one listen to pick out the jams, and forget the rest.

6/10 - decent

Faves: Nights // Holy Ghost // Skeleton Boy ... read more
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Track List

  1. Nights
  2. Used To Like
  3. Holy Ghost
  4. Skeleton Boy
  5. Mess Me Up
  6. Living Single
  7. Everything Is Killing Me
  8. Going Through Something
  9. When The Night Is Over
  10. New Best Friend
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Added on: May 28, 2020