Not as good as Joy, but still the usual energetic stuff from IDLES. There were higher highs than in Brutalism, but not as many 9/10's as that album had.
Joe Talbot calls out corrupt politicians and bosses on "Carcinogenic". He also highlights the struggle of nurses in the NHS (which he previously tackled on Divide And Conquer). "Model Village" looks at a village filled with racism, conformity and alcoholism.
"Ne Touche Pas Moi" shows that Jehnny Beth and Joe Talbot ... read more