11 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Polished, lushly produced electro-rock makes Integrity Blues a sleek contrast to 2013’s straight-to-tape Damage. After opening the record with the angelic backing vocals and layered guitars of “You with Me,” the band alternates moments of familiarity (“You Are Free” could be a B-Side from Clarity) with moody experimentation. The later is thanks to producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Paramore, NIN), whose touch can be heard on adventurous tracks like “Pass the Baby,” which ends with in a blaze of Sabbath-esque guitars.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Polished, lushly produced electro-rock makes Integrity Blues a sleek contrast to 2013’s straight-to-tape Damage. After opening the record with the angelic backing vocals and layered guitars of “You with Me,” the band alternates moments of familiarity (“You Are Free” could be a B-Side from Clarity) with moody experimentation. The later is thanks to producer Justin Meldal-Johnsen (Paramore, NIN), whose touch can be heard on adventurous tracks like “Pass the Baby,” which ends with in a blaze of Sabbath-esque guitars.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
135 Ratings
135 Ratings
Bless The Martyre ,

It's who they are.

With only a couple of songs to sample I cannot comment to the full album release. However, the songs I have sampled are flawless in the traditional sound of Jimmy Eat World. They have evolved into a timeless sound that is also exactly reminiscent of their earlier hits from Futures and Chase This Light. For me they are and will continue to be an all time favorite.

Ditmark ,

Pol Roger A++

Definitely a must album. Thanks JEW

NBAballer4life ,

I'm i'm destination addicted

Get right is a song about getting tired of wasting time stuck in the same place all the time and trying to make the changes to get to the desired destination.

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