The Canadian's 6th album and 1st in 4 years continues their explosive brand of polished rock, though this time the band rebuild their foundation from the ground up, resulting in an incendiary listen where no two songs resemble each other and each one could be a single.
While some tunes are roaring electro-pop fueled by synth and occasionally with falsetto vocals, we also get calmer, folk inspired moments with emotive ebbs of introspection. Elsewhere, and most memorably, the outfit get loud and anthemic with stadium rock flair that parallels Jimmy Eat World with a slightly more glossy, pop feel.
It's no surprise they guys have 2 gold records and nearly 20 top 10 singles if their home country, as they're extremely well versed in penning songs with choruses you wont soon forget. If you haven't heard The Trews yet, keep an ear out at an arena near you- these guys are destined for the big leagues.