Great next chapter
This album is a true return to form I think & the best produced work since 2005. It's full of chilled summer sounds with some super tracks including can't control, midnight, for everything & round the world. It's an album for me which says it's a band doing what they want, enjoying life & not feeling any pressure. They have been there, done that and still produce great music - I have seen these guys live many times & it doesn't disappoint this is an album which reflects the longevity of this band staying true to its identity throughout.
A good solid texas album
A return to a similar sound of albums such as white on blonde and the hush, taking real advantage of the range of Sharleen's voice and singing styles, there's alot to like on this album with more than a couple of stand out tracks and catchy tunes i've been humming all day. A real treat and definately a step up from their last album.
Welcome Back, Texas.
Given it's now 20 years since White on Blonde was released I'm always excited to hear what Texas will bring out next given how much has changed in the World of Music since 1997.
Sharleen's vocals are as stunning as ever and whilst not entirely unpleasant I do feel some of the tracks on this album are too 'safe'.
That's a slight niggle in what is an otherwise great piece of work from the Glaswegian band.
Best since The Hush
Their best album since The Hush, truly back on form
Great new album
Amazing new album such a great voice and fantastic band texas Rock
Same old songs. 👎🏻
Lover Texas but I'm sorry all their songs just sound the same. Gave up on them 3 albums ago, shame really as Sharleen's voice is amazing, but same old, same old.
A welcome return
Their best material since Red Book. This album is reminiscent of White on Blonde and is, in someways, a throwback to their classic sound but with a slightly modern twist.
They used to be good...
By Where's Ma Quiff Gone
They did back in the day. The tunes all sound the same. Sorry.