10 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

An album of moody, moonlit arena rock from the Followill clan. WALLS revisits the anthemic heights of their 2008 breakthrough—Only By The Night—while also showcasing a side of the band that’s often been obscured by bluster. You can hear it best in the “No Surprises”-like shimmer of “Conversation Piece” and feel it in the dark imagery of “Over,” a convincing, six-minute reflection on death and fame. 

EDITORS’ NOTES

An album of moody, moonlit arena rock from the Followill clan. WALLS revisits the anthemic heights of their 2008 breakthrough—Only By The Night—while also showcasing a side of the band that’s often been obscured by bluster. You can hear it best in the “No Surprises”-like shimmer of “Conversation Piece” and feel it in the dark imagery of “Over,” a convincing, six-minute reflection on death and fame. 

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