9 Songs, 31 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their third album, the U.K. duo that owned the airwaves in 2008 with We Started Nothing aim to recapture the magic of that debut—with a few twists. "Green Poison" is a strutting funk workout complete with slap bass and cowbell, and "Wabi Sabi" is a contemplative slow jam. But the carefree disco vibes of "Do It Again" and the pulsing electro pop of "Only Love" are distinctly reminiscent of hits like "That's Not My Name." At nine songs and 30 minutes, no one will accuse this album of overstaying its welcome. Like the best parties, it aspires to leave you wanting more.

EDITORS’ NOTES

On their third album, the U.K. duo that owned the airwaves in 2008 with We Started Nothing aim to recapture the magic of that debut—with a few twists. "Green Poison" is a strutting funk workout complete with slap bass and cowbell, and "Wabi Sabi" is a contemplative slow jam. But the carefree disco vibes of "Do It Again" and the pulsing electro pop of "Only Love" are distinctly reminiscent of hits like "That's Not My Name." At nine songs and 30 minutes, no one will accuse this album of overstaying its welcome. Like the best parties, it aspires to leave you wanting more.

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