Sleeper Agent/ About Last Night

Rating: B

Dwnld: Waves, Take it Off

Sleeper Agent awakens from its slumber , providing its devout following a superb sophomore album. Alex extends her vocal ranges a bit more which makes this more of pop album compared to previous poppy-post punk en devours. With that said, there are some remnants of Celabrasion here.  Waves was the perfect first single to start with,  but also give Haunting Me and Impressed its due. The record on a whole is addictive though does have its holes. The middle of the album seems to be a bit more monotonous and makes it lag until ending strong with bouncy Good Job and Spanish-inspired Sweetheart.

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