Bloody hell, they've changed...
I mean, the last album of theirs I heard was 'Fools and Worthless Liars' (which I quite liked at the time for what it was), but this sounds like typical Radio 1 Pop Rock (with more emphasis on the Pop) fodder
now that is some terrible art
Digging: Tragedy - Fury
Wow, it doesn't even sound like them anymore.
When I'm home I'll listen but holy shit that album art sucks
Boring. I get the feeling they're trying to sound like The 1975. Used to like these guys tho.
Digging: Wild Nothing - Indigo
Its not terrible. My positive stance towards his vocals keeps me from disliking this. Definitely poppier tho
Thought this was deafheaven lmao
Not too bad. A little too pop rock for my liking. I'll still give the album a chance.
nah too sanitised
Really dig it. Surprised how well they pulled off this sound honestly.
I can get on board with this kind of sound for them... Interested to hear the rest of the album
Mayor fan of Deaf Havana and I am quite liking this change of sound :-). Feels like it fits them pretty good!
He confirmed in an interview that this isn't even the poppiest song of the record...kinad worried but after reading it I can at least comprehend and appreciate what they're going for.
Maybe I'm forgetting some other artists, but it seems to me like these guys have had some of the most dramatic sound changes since their inception....from the post hardcore debut, to folk rock, and adding more indie and pop influence since, the album sounds give me whiplash
snide shaved his head
this sounds like a disney child star grew up and started making mediocre pop music
YOU'LL NEEEEEEEEVER KNOOOOOW, FRIIIIIIIIENDS LIKE THEEEEEEESE
Digging: II II II (UK) - Frequency Illusion