It's been a while since an album's put this much a smile on my face. This is stellar. It's an incredible post-punk album integrated with elements of synth-pop, noise-pop, and art-rock.

This artful fusion has allowed them craft a fantastical groovy soundscape drenched in experimentation. The songwriting on this album's so witty, somewhat manic and honestly hilarious. Henry Spychalski has gives me such a dynamic and flamboyant performance only akin to Freddie Mercury.

I don't have too many problems with this album aside from two moments I found underwhelming ( Why?, and Joanna). This album's great. If you were big on Black Midi's album, you'll love this.

Faves: The West Is Dead, Loaded, The Ballad of Calamity James, To the Door, Satan, Luella & I, Mikey's Song, 149 (feat. Tallulah Eden), Where's Joanna?, Death Drive, Nobody Stays in Love, MMXX A.D., Blank Slate, War Is Looming

Least Faves: Why?, Joanna
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