12 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though this is Walking on Cars’ debut full-length album, the Irish quintet power through shout-along anthems as if a lifetime of headlining European festivals were assured. To borrow a phrase from their patron saints in Coldplay, every teardrop is indeed a waterfall for Walking on Cars, as “Catch Me If You Can” and “At Gunpoint” blossom from plaintive serenades into arena-rattling surges. But frontman Patrick Sheehy exudes just the right balance of grit and gravitas, ensuring an earthbound intimacy even as the songs shoot for the stratosphere.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Though this is Walking on Cars’ debut full-length album, the Irish quintet power through shout-along anthems as if a lifetime of headlining European festivals were assured. To borrow a phrase from their patron saints in Coldplay, every teardrop is indeed a waterfall for Walking on Cars, as “Catch Me If You Can” and “At Gunpoint” blossom from plaintive serenades into arena-rattling surges. But frontman Patrick Sheehy exudes just the right balance of grit and gravitas, ensuring an earthbound intimacy even as the songs shoot for the stratosphere.

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