When Glasvegas’ debut came out, it was like hearing the sound of an indie band calling out to be heard. With their sophomore, it’s become more of a band calling out to be U2.
Text Christopher Ujine Ong
Flood provides Spectorian bombast with church organs and explosive drums, but the density obfuscates any emotions that James Allan may have hoped to express. It is overwhelming and impressive, but ultimately, it feels like empty emotional badgering when the sonic barrels finally stop spinning.
LISTEN TO: ‘Euphoria, Take My Hand’
IF YOU LIKE THIS YOU’LL DIG: The Vaccines, Me And My Army
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