13 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Seven albums in, Parquet Courts deliver their most nuanced, diverse LP so far. While their raw, post-punk side is amply present on tracks like "Extinction," with its Fall-evoking riffs, that's just one among many arrows in the Brooklyn band's quiver. Between the children's choir on "Death Will Bring Change," the trippy, dub-inflected touches on "Back to Earth," the G-funk synth lines on "Violence," and the polyrhythmic, disco-besotted grooves of the title track, Parquet Courts deliver on more fronts than ever before.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Seven albums in, Parquet Courts deliver their most nuanced, diverse LP so far. While their raw, post-punk side is amply present on tracks like "Extinction," with its Fall-evoking riffs, that's just one among many arrows in the Brooklyn band's quiver. Between the children's choir on "Death Will Bring Change," the trippy, dub-inflected touches on "Back to Earth," the G-funk synth lines on "Violence," and the polyrhythmic, disco-besotted grooves of the title track, Parquet Courts deliver on more fronts than ever before.

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