I think this one of Holy Fire's better album. It just feels a bit more complete. I'll admit I didn't found it as inspired as antidote but they finally managed to add more form and style to their kind of music. The result is a rough, hard sound with echoing melodies, and at times is pretty gorgeous. One thing to note for previous fans of other albums is that Foals has quite an ominous feeling over the entire album. Everything feels more aggressive and they use effects like distortion to feed into the tone of the album.
Some stand out tracks include "Late Night", "Everytime". This is an album that gets stuck in your head, I found myself humming a couple of their tunes while I was doing the dishes.. The best track in my opinion is a high energy dance songs called "My number". If you are a fan of their music this is one of those songs that you listen to and you can tell the band has been hard at work trying to being something fresh and new to the table. I recommend that you take a listen to this band and see what they have to offer.
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