Wiping Out the Past With Brand New Music

Credits to The Neighbourhood for their cover art

For the first time in nearly 3 years, The Neighbourhood released a brand new album this past Thursday. It included popular tracks such as Prey and R.I.P.2 My Youth. There was something very unexpected from this album, though. It seems like the band has changed their music style almost completely. Veering away from Alternative rock, they have made their shift to deep R&B. Overall, It’s personal. Extremely detailed lyrics are telling stories in their songs. You can hear the expression of emotions in the vocals.

Something that I really liked about this album is how it’s extremely re-playable. If that’s even a word, this is something that I can listen to over and over again. Each time you re-play a song, you’ll pick up on something new; whether it’s a piece of the beat, or learning more about the lyrics. The stories only get deeper the more you hear it.

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