Published February 6, 2022
I really wasn’t sure what to expect from this album - Five are really not a band I would have put money on still being around in the 2020s. But here they are, even though there are only three of them left (so the band name might need a rethink), and it’s actually a pretty good album. The songs are all quality, if not groundbreaking, and the only problem with it is it’s almost impossible to describe. The songs seem to thread through all the decades - some a bit 80s, some a bit 90s pop, some totally up to date, some old school. It’s a fun listen!