'ROBOTS AND WRANGLERS' / HALO CIRCUS: ALBUM REVIEW

'ROBOTS AND WRANGLERS' / HALO CIRCUS: ALBUM REVIEW

BY EMMA SCHOORS

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The new Halo Circus album “Robots and Wranglers”, featuring star singer Allison Iraheta, is explosive from start to finish. The sophomore album is jam-packed with faster, slower, sophisticated and fun songs, sure to leave listeners following along the ride. 

The slower songs, such as “Commander”, are a perfect break of energy in the album, keeping the softer side edgy and electronic. “Contact” is an immersive song filled with powerful vocals and narrative songwriting, sure to intensify the listening experience for all. Lead single “Narcissist” is a fun track filled with head-on lyrics and straight to the point hooks, just enough to fill the need for a powerful, confidence-boosted song for this year. Songs like “Y Para Que” and “Pledge Of Allegiance” dive into the deep end of experimental electronic pop, while “Off the World”, “Got it Made” and “Oh Money!” tell stories of pride, anger, love, naivety and wrath. The album, overall, is a genuinely fun listening experience all the way through, leaving little to no room for interpretation of that matter. Find Halo Circus’ new album on all music platforms and on their socials below!

 

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