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Metro Station - Gold

Andy Biddulph
Andy Biddulph 5 November 2014 at 12.10

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Metro Station are back. Is that a good thing?

Much like most of Metro Station’s pre-fallout output, new EP ‘Gold’ is half-decent, half teeth-grindingly awful. ‘She Likes Girls’ is a mile-a-minute pop-rock gem about a relationship going the way of Ross Geller’s marriage, while opener ‘Love & War’ could easily be a 5 Seconds Of Summer banger with a bit more beef and a lick less electronica. The ghastly, breathy thrust of ‘Gold’ brings things down some, and Euro-pop misfire ‘Forever Young’ chalks up another miss on one of the most varied releases of the year. But even then, it’s still fun in a really, really naughty way.

This review originally appears in Issue 194 of Rock Sound. You can download it RIGHT NOW, order a copy to your door or pick it up from UK stores on TODAY! Also inside the mag: a massive feature with the band where Trace Cyrus says things like this...


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