Tyson Ritter and company put the gas to the floor on the first track and dont really let up until the end. The guitars roar, the vocal melodies soar, the drums pound, the bass thrums and various keyboards twinkle. Everything is done for high drama, and its great.
Tiny Animals Our Own Time is exactly like that. If you like huge, so-pop-it-hurts music, youll like this. If you love that genre, youll love the album. If you dont like it, theres nothing here to convince you that this genre is a good idea. Dont be fooled by the wiry electro pop of lead single, Wait For Me; this is a guitar record through and through. Tiny Animals melodic sense is a bit more tempered than AARs, but this is still easily filed next to their work.
Dont believe me that this is as pop as it gets? This album has a song called Nah Nah Nah. I rest my case. Stephen Carradini