Album review: Bad Suns – Apocalypse Whenever

Even Alice probably paused to take a few breaths before she plunged into that rabbit hole. For the majority of people seeking rock-based relief this winter, Bad Suns’ sheer lightness of touch might seem a bunny hop too far. If any band is likely to pop in and pop out again, it’s these guys. The Californian quartet veer so close to outright pop, shadowing even the likes of The Weeknd in t...

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