Having spent their glittering career dancing through different sounds, Cage The Elephant truly find themselves on this mature, widescreen fifth album Never an easy band to pin down, Cage The Elephant have danced between grunge, blues and arena rock before the more mature depth and diversity of last album ‘Tell Me I’m Pretty’ saw them take home a Grammy. In the wake of a divorce and in more exploratory mood than ever, can CTE’s Matt Shultz finally lead the band to what they really are? Opener 'Broken Boy' blows the album wide open with a Bowie-esque blast of space-glam, fuelled by a very modern skittering paranoia, before the title track lets a little more oxygen back in the room with some psychedelic theatre akin to MGMT. "I'll be in the backroom, tell me when it's over," sings Shultz, "I don't know if I can play this part much longer".
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