It’s been six years for the reason that final Feed Me album, Calamari Tuesday. In the time since, Jon Gooch has launched a lot of Feed Me EPs and even a Spor album, however High Street Creeps marks his official sophomore album beneath the Feed Me identify.
Loads has modified, clearly, since 2013 — each in worldly phrases and extra particularly as Feed Me. With six years and 4 Feed Me EPs between albums, Gooch’s musical fashion has developed and matured much more than it had earlier than.
Compared to Calamari Tuesday, High Street Creeps is so much much less in-your-face electro home and intense sounds and synths. Instead, it weaves forwards and backwards between extra high-energy tracks like “Sleepless” and “Barrel Roll” and different extra poppy tracks like “Feel Love” and “Pumpkin Eyes.”
There’s little question that quite a lot of Feed Me followers will really feel this album is a far cry from the Feed Me they had been launched to in 2011 with Feed Me’s Big Adventure — they usually’re proper. It is so much totally different. But there was a pure development over the previous eight years and it actually does make a good bit of sense stylistically, particularly whenever you take this quote from Feed Me into consideration.
“With the second album it was written all across the world, across a big expanse of time. Getting the mindset to distill it into something congruous meant a lot of thought,” says FEED ME. “I flew to LA with my whole setup for a while and drove around setting up and working with different vocalists and artists which was the antithesis of how I had always worked; some of it was written there, some in my studio, and some away from the box as it were. I’ve started to love making music or sketching ideas away from a screen and I wanted that reflected in there, too. It spans multiple years and a big change, even building my own studio, and a big learning experience.”
With 10 tracks and almost an hour of hear time, you’ll wish to put aside part of your day to essentially delve into this one and revel in it to its fullest impact. Listen to Feed Me’s new album High Street Creeps beneath.