The album shows the British electronic group's range of musical abilities and industry contacts, with contributions from the likes of Emeli Sande and John Newman.
The vibes from this 12-track album are generally upbeat electronica, with impressive raspy vocals by collaborators and band members.
The low point of the album is Baby, which sounds almost lounge-like and has uncreative lyrics and repetitive musical components. However, the other well-produced tracks make up for this. Waiting All Night and Home feature vibrant loud beats.
The tracks have a decidedly poppy feel to them, and despite the sometimes impressive vocals, there's nothing we haven't heard before.
This is an average album, without a specific purpose or mood. Good for a leisurely summer listen, but inadequate for those emotion-packed phases we all experience in our adolescent years.
Home is a head-bopper, but nothing more.