10 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

These Halifax indie rockers may welcome you into their debut with the trippy, jangly guitars of “Later Days”—but the ominous, stomach-upsetting break that disrupts the song after a minute indicates strangeness lies ahead. Walrus delight in putting you on familiar footing before throwing you off balance: “Regular Face” starts as a jolt of Badfinger-style power pop before melting into a woozy guitar solo; the glitter-funk strut of “Glam” thrillingly plunges into a psych-punk abyss.

EDITORS’ NOTES

These Halifax indie rockers may welcome you into their debut with the trippy, jangly guitars of “Later Days”—but the ominous, stomach-upsetting break that disrupts the song after a minute indicates strangeness lies ahead. Walrus delight in putting you on familiar footing before throwing you off balance: “Regular Face” starts as a jolt of Badfinger-style power pop before melting into a woozy guitar solo; the glitter-funk strut of “Glam” thrillingly plunges into a psych-punk abyss.

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