The whole album is a fine balancing act between delicate melancholy and brutal, yet charismatic, hostility, an analogy of the world that we live in today and a vision of the environment the band were formed in.
A beautiful and disturbing dose of dystopia-punk courtesy of Oh Sees
It’s amazing that King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard can still make albums as exciting and fresh as this with such a large back catalogue.
Sink into the woozy psych-pop sounds of Penelope Isles.
If pop-punk or emo are your thing this album should be on your radar, and more importantly in your basket, ready for check out.