Bursting in with Falling Star, Kris Menace’s second album is sure to be exciting. Its catchy beats force you to dance even if you weren’t planning on doing so, it almost takes over your body.
Those beats continue through the next few tracks, with track three, Timeless, just as brilliant as the opening track. At this point it’s difficult to tell whether the same opening to each song could get boring, but then you reach eFeel and Fly Me To The Moon, which have a different beginning altogether – there’s more to it.
By the time track seven comes around, the album isn’t as fun as it started off being. If it’s your style of music it’s great, but for a lot of people it’s going to be getting a little old by this point.
Soulsurfer, the closing track, is a good one to end with, purely because you can put the album on repeat if you want to and it follows back around to the beginning of the album really smoothly. If you can happily listen to the entire album over again, go for it. If not, I don’t blame you.
One thing I do like about Kris Menace’s album is that each song is really great, so you can pick any track and enjoy it, it’s just not for everyone to listen to more than a few tracks in a row.
It’s a brilliant album to put on in the car during the summer – if the drive isn’t going to be too long.