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Editors’ Notes

The Generationals’ third release leans away from the '60s guitar pop touchstones of their earlier work and taps into '80s electro-pop influences. As with everything this New Orleans duo has made thus far, the tunes here are sharp and relentlessly catchy. The crisp guitar-driven cuts “Spinoza” and “I Never Know” aside, Heza is generally subdued compared to their more urgent previous release Astor-Castor. Here, the laid-back grooves textured with synths and keyboards provide the most memorable hooks. “Say When,” “You Got Me,” and “Put a Light On” crackle with vibrant electronic tones, while “Kemal” glides along like a tropical breeze. The whole album is precisely structured and cleanly produced, and the melodies are bright and sunny throughout. Heza succeeds by taking familiar song forms and injecting them with effortless and engaging charm.

Customer Reviews


I cannot wait to get it on my playlisssst.

GREAT band -- okay album

This is simply one of the best bands of our time, bar none. Certainly one of my all time favorites. Not my favorite album, the songs are low energy and unchanging in composition, but perhaps they needed to do this to make what comes next. Keep going strong, guys! You are loved! Make another album soon please and tour, tour, tour! : )


Woke up early to get this, so hype👏😘


Formed: 2008 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Formed in 2008 by ex-Eames Era guitarists/songwriters Ted Joyner and Grant Widmer, New Orleans-based indie pop outfit Generationals craft hook-filled indie pop that draws liberally from rock and pop's '50s, '60s, and '70s heyday while maintaining enough modern sensibilities to remain relevant in the MP3 age. Like their Park the Van contemporaries Dr. Dog, Spinto Band, and Capitol Years, Generationals' lo-fi recording techniques are buffered by their advanced musical chops, resulting in a clever new...
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