TV on the Radio's awesome sophomore effort stays true to the group's experimental roots.
It’s been two years since TV On the Radio’s critically acclaimed Return to Cookie Mountain, and it’s time to celebrate with the eclectic sound of their new release, Dear Science. Get ready to cut a rug as the band leads you through songs like “Dancing Choose,” an R&B/rock/jazz infusion, or the groovy ’70s sound of “Crying.” Each track delivers a surprising delight to the ears while staying true to the group’s experimental roots with looping beats and intertwining harmonies. With a vibe that is moody and rich, Kyp Malone sums it up in “Lover’s Day”: “I’m going to keep you weak in your knees and try to unlock your heart.” Whether the song is fast, slow, endearing, or passionate, Dear Science will leave you hot, bothered, and coming back for more.
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