18 Songs, 1 Hour 2 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pop delivered with bright eyes, huge hooks and perfect hair, this second album sees the former YouTube sensations shimmy out of the boy band long grass and into accomplished pop-rock territory. They achieve this with a robust injection of attitude. The EDM-pulse and sharp rhymes of guest star Silentó on the aptly-named “Volcano” triggers the shift, the mature “Boy Without a Car” motors through with chugging guitars and a strident chorus and “Worry” is the sort of arresting, urgent lovelorn anthem that highlights their maturation.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pop delivered with bright eyes, huge hooks and perfect hair, this second album sees the former YouTube sensations shimmy out of the boy band long grass and into accomplished pop-rock territory. They achieve this with a robust injection of attitude. The EDM-pulse and sharp rhymes of guest star Silentó on the aptly-named “Volcano” triggers the shift, the mature “Boy Without a Car” motors through with chugging guitars and a strident chorus and “Worry” is the sort of arresting, urgent lovelorn anthem that highlights their maturation.

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