An unabashedly heart-on-the-sleeve album that, despite its downbeat lyrical content, strides along with an upbeat note and a pep in its step.
Song’s which showcased Saul’s softer delivery to hold up the fragility of the lyrics. Waiting for Insecure Men to take the stage at Scala, on the first date of their European tour, I couldn’t help but wonder how the band would deal with the problematic aspects of the songs from their debut album, Insecure Men.
David Lynchian lounge-pop that you want to pay attention to.
Stadium anthems for your favourite John Hughes film.
“a chest pounding, guitar scratching, lip curling, sneering behemoth of a performance”