- Picture Special
- EU - Original
Includes Free Digital Download Code Of The Entire Album
Limited Deluxe Edition On Black 140g Vinyl !
Die-cut logo stencil sleeve
The band’s second studio album, Too, seems more grown up than its predecessor, it’s not for lack of songs about getting fucked up and making questionable decisions. Rollicking opener and lead single “40oz. on Repeat” is basically a love letter to substance abuse, in which Carper deals with rejection and social anxiety the only way he knows how: “I’m gonna lock myself inside my room/ With this 40 ounce on repeat.” It’s a bleak message set to music that’s danceable and dynamic, and as such it’s a worthy introduction to an album that oscillates between hopeful and despairing. Despite a penchant for excess, FIDLAR never fully commits to one extreme, and the most interesting parts of Too come when the band struggles to contextualize the royal mess that is their lives. Is it worth celebrating? Lamenting? They never settle on one or the other, though the answer is likely a bit of both.
|A1.||40oz. On Repeat|
|A6.||Leave Me Alone|
40oz. On Repeat
Es liegen keine Kommentare zu diesem Artikel vor.