Broken Social Scene – Forgiveness Rock Record [Streaming]

It’s evident on the eagerly anticipating Broken Social Scene’s “Forgiveness Rock Record,” which was set to be released on May 4th.
The album showcase their familiarity with the band’s discography and appreciation for their unique sound.

The mention of the album being a welcome return for the band, filled with guitar-rocking tunes like “World Sick,” “Forced To Love,” “Meet Me In the Basement,” and “Water In Hell,” suggests a blend of the signature Broken Social Scene elements with some new twists.

The observation of the techno beats in “All To All” as something not typical of Broken Social Scene’s norm highlights the band’s willingness to experiment and evolve their sound. The reference to “Art House Director” feeling like a track left off Charles Spearin’s Happiness Project underlines the interconnectedness of the band members’ various projects.

The collaboration with Emily, Amy, and Feist on “Sentimental X’s” adds a special dimension, bringing together multiple talents within the band.

Your acknowledgment that while “Forgiveness Rock Record” may not compare to the massive success of their self-titled and “You Forgot It In People,” it still stands out as a great album. The enduring appeal of “World Sick” as a powerful and epic Broken Social Scene track is a testament to the band’s ability to create memorable music.

It’s great to hear that the band is not only releasing new music but also selling out shows in North America, indicating a continued strong connection with their audience.

Best tracks:

  • World Sick
  • Chase Scene
  • Texico Bitches
  • Forced To Love
  • Art House Director
  • Meet Me In The Basement
  • Sentimental X’s
  • Sweetest Kill
  • Water In Hell

Forgiveness Rock Record gets: 📷📷📷📷📷📷📷📷📷📷/10.

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