14 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Recorded in Berlin and laser-focused, this is the sound of Phoenix finding themselves. Out go the pristinely produced R&B numbers and in come high-grade indie bangers, all garnished with the guttural grunts of Thomas Mars’ newly confident delivery. Chiming clarion-calls (“Napoleon Says”), glam-inflected anthems (“Courtesy Laughs”), rumbling New Wave (“Sometimes In the Fall”); nothing is beyond their grasp. And the melodies are huge enough to hit the back of the biggest festival field imaginable.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Recorded in Berlin and laser-focused, this is the sound of Phoenix finding themselves. Out go the pristinely produced R&B numbers and in come high-grade indie bangers, all garnished with the guttural grunts of Thomas Mars’ newly confident delivery. Chiming clarion-calls (“Napoleon Says”), glam-inflected anthems (“Courtesy Laughs”), rumbling New Wave (“Sometimes In the Fall”); nothing is beyond their grasp. And the melodies are huge enough to hit the back of the biggest festival field imaginable.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
6 Ratings
6 Ratings
Chantal p ,

Finally heard some music that takes gives me hope

My highs school days were filled with Classic Rock. About the last 10-15 years I have noticed the Rock Stations have been slowly dissipating. The Artists now usually have maybe one or two albums and then you don’t hear anything about them. I heard about this bank on TV and was pleasantly surprised when I hear them playing. It was actual music not made by todays technology, I will definely be purchasing. Thank you Phoenix!

TheToxic35 ,

Amazing

Yet another amazing album from Phoenix. To think I first discovered these guys a few months a go!

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