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Wonders of the Younger

Plain White T's

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On Wonders of the Younger, Plain White T’s resist the cynicism of the modern age with a batch of idealistic tunes about love, nostalgia and eternal youth. After a foray into louder sonic terrain, the Chicago punk-pop outfit returns to the acoustic approach that made 2006’s “Hey There Delilah” such a refreshing hit. Buoyant melodies rendered in a minor key lend “Broken Record,” “Killer” and “Map of the World” a nicely bittersweet flavor. Lead singer Tom Higgenson’s enthusiastic, slightly wistful delivery infuses both giddy love tunes like “Boomerang” and weirder excursions like “Cirque dans la rue” with a palpable, genuine joy. Guitarist Tim Lopez turns in a sunny lead vocal on “Rhythm of Love,” a loping slice of good vibes with a Jason Mraz-like feel. The odd lyrics twists within “Body Parts” balance the flat-out romantic declarations of “Our Song.” Plain White T’s manage to pull all of this off without becoming cute or contrived thanks to strong tunes, crisp playing and a clear sense of identity.

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Love It

I love this album, Plain White T's did an amazing job!

Pleasant

It's exactly what you'd expect. Maybe better.

Great!

I really like this album. . . actually, I LOVE this album. I love that the PWTs cated w whole new sound. It's very original and new for them. I LOVE IT!!

Biography

Formed: 1997 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Hailing from the suburbs of Chicago, the punk-pop outfit Plain White T's began taking shape in 1997, a full ten years before the acoustic ballad "Hey There Delilah" made them Grammy-nominated stars. Lead singer Tom Higgenson was originally fascinated with the drums, having served as the percussionist for various rock bands during high school. One such band was Harvey's Daughter, whose lineup also featured bass player Ken Fletcher. Although the group disbanded, the two remained friends and quickly...
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