Album Review: Young The Giant
    • TUESDAY, JULY 19, 2011

    • Posted by: Joe Puglisi

    With their self-titled album, Young The Giant have demonstrated their sticky alternative rock vehicles are worthy of the heat-seeker label. With a smattering of stand-out catchy tracks, each taking an unexpected turn in hum-able delights, the band rips through common phrases and cements them into strict melodic movements. After one listen of Young The Giant, it's hard to imagine things like "after leaving your apartment" and "my body tells me no" in any other context, and that's the mark of effective musicianship, no matter how simple. All the best pop tunes stake a claim over one or two words or phrases, and Young The Giant have made their demands clear; ears and mind-jukeboxes everywhere shall belong to them, no argument.

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