Tops – I Feel Alive [Review]

The long awaited TOPS‘ fourth album I Feel Alive has come out today on their own label Musique Tops distributed through House Arrest.
This is probably their strongest album to date with its cool breezy indie pop music.
Has a mix of moody soft pop rock from the 70s and that synth-new wave pop 80s.
They are a cool band without knowing how cool they are.
It is one these albums that we need some uplifting at the moment.

About the album:
The image captures the fraught nature of being alive, which the 11 tracks on the album explore.
Penny’s remarkably expressive voice is front and center. On this record more than any other,she sings with passion and energy, without sacrificing the honesty and introspection that gives her voice its depth. The songs cover a range of experiences but at it’s heart
I Feel Alive is a record about resilience, the ways we can grow from for our pain and the strength that comes from learning to stand on your own as an individual.

Best tracks:
Direct Sunlight

I Feel Alive

Ballads & Sad Movies

Colder & Closer

Witching Hour

I Feel Alive gets:

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