14 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Toronto’s Broken Social Scene throw an indie rock fiesta with their fourth album, Forgiveness Rock Record, tackling a myriad of different sounds and having a ball. Are you in the mood for sprawling, anthemic post-rock? “World Sick” has you covered. Feeling more of a dance-pop vibe? “Art House Director” brings the trumpets. Even fans of the collective’s ambient experiments will find plenty to love; “Ungrateful Little Father” has a funky sitar beat that slowly dissolves into a puddle of lush, twinkling sonics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Toronto’s Broken Social Scene throw an indie rock fiesta with their fourth album, Forgiveness Rock Record, tackling a myriad of different sounds and having a ball. Are you in the mood for sprawling, anthemic post-rock? “World Sick” has you covered. Feeling more of a dance-pop vibe? “Art House Director” brings the trumpets. Even fans of the collective’s ambient experiments will find plenty to love; “Ungrateful Little Father” has a funky sitar beat that slowly dissolves into a puddle of lush, twinkling sonics.

TITLE TIME

More By Broken Social Scene

You May Also Like