The Neighbourhood – Lost In Translation

In 2013, Los Angeles five-piece The Neighbourhood broke through with Sweater Weather. Originally, this was the AA-side of their 2012 single Female Robbery. Back then, they were a full-on rock band. In 2020 they’ve evolved into a proper pop band.

In the meantime, The Neighbourhood released no less than five albums. Their latest is titled Chip Chrome & The Mono-Tones, after an alter-ego of frontman Jesse Rutherford. Covered in silver paint, he introduced Chip Chrome last year, when the band shot the video for the singleΒ Middle Of Somewhere.

The first 20 seconds of new single Lost In Translation sound like a The Avalanches record. What follows, is one of The Neighbourhood’s poppiest affairs yet. A super catchy song about miscommunications and crossed signals between lovers, and easily one of the album highlights.

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