The album somewhat appropriately kicks off with “Rising Up”; a hugely melodic synth-driven track of the catchiest nature…it’s got Young Guns written all over it. It’s mildly hypnotic yet makes a bold statement, sticking a middle finger up at any and all critics. They do things their way and they will succeed; a great start. “I Want Out” follows immediately and in typical YG style it’s an absolute banger. It’s got a huge chorus; gang vocals, massive hooks, it’s a brand new anthem and assured to be a hit at live shows, which can also be said for several of the tracks on offer here. “Daylight”, “Speaking In Tongues” and in particular “Colour Blind”, each of which sounding simply epic, so many potential hits here, it’s impressive!
Elsewhere tracks such as “Die On Time” and “Lullaby” prove Gustav Wood and co are to be taken seriously as the song writers they are, just as capable of evoking feelings as easily as they churn out floor-fillers and the album sounds all the better for it; they've got the balance just right here and the tracks flow smoothly from the moment you hit play, right up until you finish on the title track, which does the perfect job of really not being enough. You want more out of it, resulting in you finding yourself hitting the play button again. The question was basically, were Young Guns going to follow “Bones” with blanks…but they reloaded and hit the target with every round here. Ones and zeros better equate to album sales, and I mean plenty of zeroes because this album is big and success is more than deserved.