11 Songs, 39 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Airy, eclectic indie rock from the Southern California quintet. Produced in part by frequent Kanye collaborator and “Uptown Funk” co-writer Jeff Bhasker, Strange puts a gently contemporary spin on '70s styles, evoking early Michael Jackson (“Elsewhere”), prime Led Zeppelin (“Jungle Youth”), and the soft rock dreams of Toto (“Titus Was Born”).

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Airy, eclectic indie rock from the Southern California quintet. Produced in part by frequent Kanye collaborator and “Uptown Funk” co-writer Jeff Bhasker, Strange puts a gently contemporary spin on '70s styles, evoking early Michael Jackson (“Elsewhere”), prime Led Zeppelin (“Jungle Youth”), and the soft rock dreams of Toto (“Titus Was Born”).

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
354 Ratings
354 Ratings
mikespopworld ,

TITUS WAS BORN - ONE OF THE BEST PRODUCED RECORDINGS OF ALL-TIME

Listening to Titus Was Born on a super revealing high-end stereo and it's undeniably one of the best recordings I have ever heard. A beautiful song recorded at the highest levels of music engineering. Warm crisp vocals fill the center of the room and the sounds of rain appear to float about the room in such high fidelity it is beyond words. I've listened to just about every song considered best produced, most dynamic range, literally the best all-around recordings of all-time and this is song is up there. Maybe one of the best recordings ever.

cityintheclouds ,

These guys are growing

They’ve been outstanding since they were The Jakes and have continued to find their sound. Progressively they are becoming one of the better alternative bands out there and have been nothing but consistent from the very beginning. Love this band and will continue to love them until they give me a reason not to, which at this point seems unlikely.

BuccoFan17 ,

Love the New Sound

I'm probably the only Young the Giant fan who didn't really like Mind Over Matter all that much, but the first two singles off this album have me very optimistic and excited!

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