Tame Impala is probably my favorite band, and this album only further backs that up. The production is just so smooth, and funkier than ever. The lyrics are meaningful as well, really paints a picture well of what Kevin is trying to portray.
Honestly, at first I was a little concerned about the identity of this record. I wasn't sure if the album would stick out, because it's not their "true psych album" like InnerSpeaker or "synth pop" record like Currents. Plus, the songs ... read more