MUNA - Saves the World
Sep 6, 2019
68
Although MUNA craft a stellar album from a production prospective with stellar synthpop energy and danceable tracks, there is limited memorable moments throughout and few levels of variability.

Saves The World is hard to dislike as each song is pleasantly performed both vocally and sonically, but I found that throughout listening I was mostly disengaged and nothing stood out for the most part. That is until the final track where it felt as though MUNA truly saved the best for last in regard to engaging storytelling and masterful synthy tones. Had the entire album been at this level, this would have been an incredible piece of work, however it inevitably was too little too late as the entirety of the lead up didn't seem to be at the same level as this final song.

Perhaps something about this album just didn't click for me where for others it would, as this seems like the kind of style that would generally land with me. However, the lack of stylistic changes is hard to get passed for me.

Favorite track: It's Gonna Be Okay, Baby
Comments
No replies yet
Liked By
Rate and review albums along with your friends. Create an account.
Become a Donor
Donor badge, no ads + more benefits.
Advertisement
Also Reviewed By
marvelgaryen
laz456
notanalt
Tsareena
dumbmoonlight
heyitsmedan
dgzsz
hayleyelisa
lovecycles
HalfsourDyl
TheLifeofLogn
heartgears
bluevenus
VPotrich
CheapandLethal
Advertisement
Popular Albums
Joji - Nectar
Joji
Nectar
Idles - Ultra Mono
Idles
Ultra Mono
Sufjan Stevens - The Ascension
Sufjan Stevens
The Ascension
Deftones - Ohms
Deftones
Ohms
Fleet Foxes - Shore
Fleet Foxes
Shore
Melanie Martinez - After School
Melanie Martinez
After School

September Playlist
Forums