After receiving somewhat mixed reviews for 2018's You're Not Alone (an enjoyable but patchy comeback album that arrived after more than a decade spent wandering the commercial fringes), party guru and goodwill magnet Andrew W. K. has returned relatively quickly with his superior follow-up, the ambitious God Is Partying.
Andrew W.K., the wise sage of all things partying, has decided to sit one out on his fifth outing. The ceaselessly optimistic multi-instrumentalist, whose familiar routine of rocking out and handing out helpful advice, hasn't changed his shtick in over 20 years since releasing 2001's amped-up manifesto I Get Wet. The moment we see him prancing about in tattered all white, you know it's going down—and you better leave your worries out the door.
Andrew WK is a man of many talents. He's a rock icon. He's a survivor. He's a man who really enjoys the white t-shirt and jeans combo. He's a man who loves to par… Ok, you get the picture. Most importantly though he's a man back with a new album that rages and blusters in a way that now ….