My Other People

TV Priest - My Other People
Critic Score
Based on 10 reviews
2022 Ratings: #302 / 397
User Score
Based on 30 ratings
Liked by 1 person
June 17, 2022 / Release Date
LP / Format
Sub Pop / Label
Post-Punk / Genres
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Northern Transmissions

You can’t say TV Priest is just a post-punk or an indie rock band after listening to this album. They push the envelope while keeping it genuine to themselves and their audience.


There’s no doubt that this is a new era for the London four-piece as they endeavour to express a truer version of themselves while maintaining their hardy punk appearance.

Louder Than War

They have somehow changed direction yet maintained that gritty sermon like darkness we all have a tendency to grab on to.

Distorted Sound

This is a triumphant collection of songs that will enchant you, make you relate to them and captivate you in equal measure, all soundtracked by some of the best soundscapes you will hear all year.

The Line of Best Fit

It’s full of genuinely bracing moments that deftly thread punk grit with austere humour and unabashed sincerity. It’s just a shame that what they’re best at seems to have been done so well so recently by other bands.


The band retreated into the more self-contained approach which has spawned My Other People.


My Other People sees TV Priest continue to map out their own increasingly intriguing identity.

Loud and Quiet

Cacophony has peaks and troughs; to push themselves to the next level, the four-piece need to find more rock in their noise.


One Easy Thing - 4/5
Bury Me in My Shoes - 4/5
Limehouse Cut - 5/5 ❤
I Have Learnt Nothing - 5/5 ❤
It Was Beautiful - 5/5 ❤
The Happiest Place on Earth - 4/5
My Other People - 5/5 ❤
The Breakers - 3/5
Unravelling - 3/5
It Was a Gift - 3/5
I Am Safe Here - 4/5
Sunland - 5/5 ❤


slightly better than their debut


▲ = Bury Me in My Shoes, I Have Learnt Nothing, My Other People, The Breakers, It Was a Gift, I Am a Safe Here
▬ = Limehouse Cut, It Was Beautiful, Unraveling
▼ = One Easy thing, The Happiest Place on Earth, Sunland

I think this album suffers from a lot of the same problems as its debut, where there are good-to-great moments scattered throughout the project, but overall these are just fleeting moments in a mess of slog. This is especially apparent in the beginning, but as you surpass the ... read more

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Added on: March 29, 2022