13 Songs, 42 Minutes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes


Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

MAF Music


Get ready to dance like an idiot and make weird facial expressions as you quickly learn all the words by heart, because you won’t be able to help yourself.


Good vibes

Very nice album!! Some of the songs take awhile to grow on you, but a lot of them immediately stick on you. Many of them have the same themes, and while I find it easy to distinguish between songs some may say that they all sound similar. There are a few that I still don’t prefer to listen to, like Water’s Gone Cold, because I like the more upbeat songs better, but I’m sure it’s someone else’s cup of tea.


too good for this earth and transcends all our capabilities bye


About Will Joseph Cook

Known for his enticing vocal hooks, summer-evoking melodies, and a bright, sleek, pop production evident throughout his songs, Will Joseph Cook is a pop artist from Tunbridge Wells, Kent in South-East England. Developing a taste for music in his early teens, his interest was spurred on by the enthusiastic nature of his father, who decided to take Cook to as many live gigs as he possibly could. From performances by Vampire Weekend and MGMT to Everything, Everything, the shows soon inspired the young creative to pen his own lyrics and write his own songs. After some time teaching himself music production basics with MIDI systems and figuring out a specific sound palette for his work, he eventually put out his first EP, You Jump, I Run, online in 2015. Littered with charting-single vigor, the release surpassed over one million streams, attracting the attention of Atlantic. After some sold-out shows across London and an appearance on the BBC Introducing stage at the Glastonbury Festival, he delivered his second EP, Proof Enough, during the summer of 2015 via Atlantic. Critics were soon quick to annotate the young songwriter’s style, drawing comparisons to everything from King Krule to Talking Heads, and praised his affinity for fun, summer pop anthems. The track "Beach" in particular began to receive widespread airplay in both the U.K. and the U.S., earning Cook a place at the SXSW festival and a support slot for one of his inspirations, Everything, Everything. This resulted in members of that band producing remixes of some of the tracks that appeared on the Proof Enough EP. The following year, he got to work on his first full-length effort for Atlantic. The album, entitled Sweet Dreamer, was released in early 2017 to high praise among critics and fans alike, and was produced by Cook himself alongside Hugh Worskett (Birdy, Rae Morris) and Bombay Bicycle Club's Jack Steadman. Wasting little time, Cook returned in October with "If You Want to Make Money," the lead single from his upcoming EP. ~ Rob Wacey

Kent, England



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