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Produced by The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, the fourth album from Kentucky rockers Cage the Elephant plays like a love letter to the late '60s, mixing scuzzy textures with pretty hooks and Stooges-level sleaze with Beatles-level poise. Less edgy but more darkly introspective than their early work, Pretty turns the band’s outward aggression in, spinning bleak stories about domestic violence (“Punchin’ Bag”) and missing people (“Sweetie Little Jean”) through the frayed, frail, and ferocious vocals of Matt Shultz.

Customer Reviews

The single is okay

Mess around will be a decent radio hit but I feel it lacks the character of Cage the Elephant that I've grown to love over the years. I hope the rest of the album succeeds in that and while I love the black keys, I don't like that Dan Auerbach has changed their sound to be a lot like them. Still love Cage!!!

-Update- Mess Around has really grown on me. Though it still has black keys influence, I can tell it's definitely a Cage song. Great job Cage, still my favorite band.

bands change their sound

the arctic monkeys changed, the kooks changed, and even the Beatles changed. get over yourselves and love CTE for who they are.


what is everyone’s problem? Mess Around and Trouble are frickin awesome and they did in no way lose their sound


Formed: 2006 in Bowling Green, KY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Although chart success in England was an unlikely first step to fame for a band from Bowling Green, Kentucky, mainstream rock band Cage the Elephant achieved just that. Formed by Matt Shultz, Brad Shultz, Jared Champion, Lincoln Parish, and Daniel Tichenor, the group earned a contract with the Relentless label and released the "Free Love" single late in 2007. A support slot for the Pigeon Detectives beckoned in early 2008, and follow-up single "Ain't No Rest for the Wicked" reached the Top 40 in...
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Tell Me I'm Pretty, Cage the Elephant
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