Peace – Happy People

Peace, Love & Bass
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An happy album that comes out of the frozen Worcester winter. Everything is in the title: you’ll find inside some happy indie rock, clearly all smiley and optimistic. Even if the lyrics are often expressing doubt and regret (“Someday”, “Money”, “Under the Moon”), the light rhythm and funky bass will always put back a big smile on your face. Some of the tracks go a bit far in the happy pop section in my opinion (“Lost on Me”, “Happy People”), but the general feeling I have listening to it entirely is a good one. The band seems to really shine when they’re getting rockier, on “O You”, “Gen Strange”, “Money” and “World Pleasure” – my favourite track of the album. Some things are however consistently good on Happy People, like that bass which is absolutely perfect on each track.
All in all, perhaps Peace could have condensed Happy People in more coherent album, but it’s still loads of fun.

  • World Pleasure – O You – Money