Sounds Good Feels Good (Album Review)

5 Seconds of Summer's new album, Sounds Good Feels Good, has made waves through the music industry since its release last Friday, why? Because, they seem to have managed to escape the hold of the 'boyband' stereotype, well done lads! This new album is much darker than their debut, self-titled album which was released last June, they've kept a lot of the upbeat, feel good tunes but the lyrics address a range of much darker topics; heartache, mental health and poverty. There are obvious influences from Good Charlotte's Joel and Benji Madden as well as Deryck Whibley from Sum 41 as the album takes a more pop-punk direction rather than the poppy, feel good nature of their previous tracks.
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