Not really understanding all the negative reviews on this album. I was a HUGE fan of OMAM's first album, and was highly disappointed with their sophomore effort, but this feels like a step in the right direction. They dismissed their old folk rock sound in favor of indie pop, which honestly I'm all for. Nanna has never sounded more at ease, and I imagine they'll have a lot of fun playing these songs live.
Favs: Róróró, Wild Roses, Sleepwalker