Back to that review shit... I have to be honest, this album sounds like Burial producing songs for Delphic and Katy B. It's all about dark loops, house basslines, melancholic lyrics and strong, soulful vocals. But yet again it's a great pop album overall, so that anyone can appreciate it - from Bloc Party fans to dubstep freaks.
"Doubt", arguably the best song in here, combines the star quality and the rock attitude of its performer, but still manages to be as dance as Kele is trying to sound, without damaging his indie persona. "Coasting" is all about Burial's dubstep tricks, while "Closer" makes it clear that everyone has a cheesy side that leads to a recording mistake. "Year Zero", "Like We Used To" and "My Hotel Room" are all about sexiness and sensuality. So let's focus on those, please (!).
Have I really mentioned the words "sex", "sexiness", "asses", "hot" and "sensuality" in a music album review? Oh well...