The Griswolds High Times for Low Lives
The work will take its place in the heart of the listener...
The Griswolds released a new album called High Times for Low Lives. The album was released November 11 on wind-up Records and consists of 14 tracks.
High Times for Low Lives became for the Australian Quartet second full-length studio album, on which musicians have embraced indie pop, electronic and alternative and tried to consolidate the success of the debut work, published a few years earlier.
14 fresh submitted tracks full of magnificent sunny mood, you only mention the song Out of My Head, Ydlm, which was recorded in conjunction with Lizzo and not only. Longplay also boasts a good sound and will. Ideas included in songs, not especially differ, but the original ideas are made they are original and with the soul, and this can be felt. Perhaps the High Times for Low Lives this is a job that will take its place in the heart of the listener. With regard to consolidate the success of the debut album, everything is more complicated than that. High Times for Low Lives distinguishes resistant temper that because of all the forces is not trying to prove anything. Fresh plate of Australians is a bit different from the predecessor specifically details, therefore listening to High Times for Low Lives is sometimes unexpected.
The Griswolds released a very decent plate High Times for Low Lives, we cannot recommend it for listening. Professional work from young guys who know a lot about good music. Pleasant listening!