Happy, danceable, synth-pop. This album is more likely to appear on a playlist for my mom than a year-end top 10 list, but still worth a listen. Enough lyrics to quote, enough beat to dance, and simple enough to play for anyone. At times it feels like Diamond Rings is not challenging himself enough, using familiar synths and predictable lyrics about generic relationships. Plenty of 80’s vibes and plenty of beat, this is the sort of empty and catchy music that should be on the radio.
RIYL: The Royal Concept, Passion Pit, TV Girl