12 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Graduating from the banjo-plucking, stomp-and-clap neo-folk movement they helped create, the quartet embraces a bold and electrifying brand of stadium-filling alt-rock. With thick electric guitars and atmospheric keyboards, hard-driving anthems like “Believe” or “The Wolf” the decade's most distinctive band is every bit as powerful with the electricity turned on.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Graduating from the banjo-plucking, stomp-and-clap neo-folk movement they helped create, the quartet embraces a bold and electrifying brand of stadium-filling alt-rock. With thick electric guitars and atmospheric keyboards, hard-driving anthems like “Believe” or “The Wolf” the decade's most distinctive band is every bit as powerful with the electricity turned on.

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