This album, like a countless others, seem to fall under those second album upsets - somehow, the magic or the rawness decreases.
Some relatively 'new' tunes for you, guys, since my ears are practically glued to Mumford and Sons. I know, I'm not over them yet.
While this night made my toes all crinkly because we were soaked, I didn't really mind. For a while there, I felt like my 14-year-old self - the one who listened to Room for Squares every day before and/or after school.
It is a rare occurrence to actually find an album that you can listen to everyday, from Track 1 to Track 12. This is the rarity that is 'Sigh No More'.
So here's the thing. I'm gonna do it. I'm going to delete your number on my phone, unfollow you on Twitter, and delete you as my Facebook friend. You know, back in the day, it is so much easier to move on from someone. You don't get these notifications and random posts telling you how …
If we're going to compare the new album to their first, this one's lighter - a little less dramatic, compared to the heart-wrenching rawness that there was in their first album - however, Science and Faith was no sophomore slump at all.
I'll make this quick - since my battery's dying out. Okay, let's go! JET - Are You Gonna Be My Girl? The perfect song to start a kick ass day. Tell me, who wouldn't dance around, kick the sheets and jump on the bed with this song? Cameron Diaz seems to agree in the movie …