It's a charming little track that turns into another filter-heavy mess, only to slow down again into something more recognizable. The beat is smooth and the lyrics are catchy by the time the chorus hits. It's an emotional, if not slightly puzzling track.
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I'll be nodding my head along to these songs for a long time coming, and I eagerly await more work from these moody Califournians.
At first listen, the track drags on with an extended guitar riff after some quick, low lyrics from Rutherford. The brightest moment is the title track 'Wiped Out!
All in all, it's a great album and definitely worth a listen. Catchy chorus, incredible musical arrangements. The album starts in a very good pace the hilarious silent joke in 'A Moment Of Silence' gets me everytime.
I added all of their songs on Spotify and sang along in the shower for months, eagerly awaiting the band's sophomore effort after they dropped their mixtape. We get it, you're from California. It successfully incorporates all of the same elements and instruments the previous tracks have, but at this point, the eighth song, a little change in the sound might help.
I didn't expect to take the track all that seriously, but beyond the surface it's a song that's full of thr kind of pain that I'm sure many listeners can relate to — to be fair, it's exactly the kind of pain it sounds like it's about.
A stylistic and conceptual vacuum.
The Bootleg Series, Vol. Take you like a drug Taste you on my tongue Ask me what I'm thinking about I'll tell wwiped that I'm thinking about Whatever you're thinking about Tell Not a very good album. Maybe it brings enough maturity for the band to finally decide which path to follow.
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It is perfect with a harmony of fast and slow. Holy Hell - Architects. Excellent production and performance on a Moment of Silence though.
Ferrari has a melody as catchy and sexy, makes you feel like in a video. The guitar sounds like sirens just past the midpoint of the song and by the time it finally fades out, I'd expected the song to end, but it just kept going.
It's only thirty seconds of silence, and it's also pretty funny. More Blood, More Tracks: It's the one song I want to skip every time I play the album. It's a catchy tune as well, though admittedly repetitive.
P 2 My Youth', though, makes you believe and expect the next album. Jesse Rutherford, the lead vocalist, sounds very dead and a lot less smooth and sexy than "I Love You" on this album.
By 'Ferrari' you feel exhausted.
Upon first listening to the lead single from Wiped Out! The second full-length release for the Los Angeles outt quintet led by Jesse Rutherford was produced by Justyn Pilbrow. The Neighbourhood tries to take a confusing route in a new style that I don't understand too well.
But from that moment on is a long way down. All this publication's ouy. It's sounds like another album, with a drastic rhythm change. I Love this Record.
Jesse Rutherford, Not a very good album.