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Today We're The Greatest

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The follow-up to Lost Friends, a Top Ten-charting debut in their native Australia, Today We're the Greatest finds hook-driven indie pop/rock trio Middle Kids in an openhearted and appreciative state of mind -- but not without reservations and deep introspection. Between releases, founding members Hannah Joy and Tim Fitz got married, and the album opens with spare acoustic guitar, a poignant tone, and the words: "Hope is an underrated word that I heard when I was younger" ("Bad Neighbours"). The song's arrangement gains only strings and understated noise effects in service of a quiet, anxious prelude. However, catchy, vibrant, fully arranged tracks follow in the form of rocker "Cellophane (Brain)" and the galloping "R U 4 Me?," establishing that Today We're the Greatest intends to ruminate to the upper tiers of the theater. While the album includes a handful of cigarette lighter-friendly ballads, including the title track and the banjo-stippled "Lost in Los Angeles," touches of intimacy temper even the lushest, most exuberant entries. The rousing, clattering, and ultimately romantic "Run with You," for instance, weaves a pulsing recording of the couple's first child's 20-week sonogram into the mix. That song also features a grungy lead guitar line that eventually falls into loose counterpoint with Joy's soaring main melody. More rankled moments include the circular anthem "I Don't Care" ("I gotta do what I want to"), but these are outweighed by hard-won gratitude and affection on a set that above all delivers on big hooks.
© Marcy Donelson /TiVo

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1
Bad Neighbours
00:03:10

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

2
Cellophane (Brain)
00:03:30

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

3
R U 4 Me?
00:02:49

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Company, MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer - Hannah Cameron, ComposerLyricist - Timothy Fitzmaurice, ComposerLyricist

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

4
Questions
00:02:53

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

5
Lost In Los Angeles
00:03:48

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

6
Golden Star
00:03:43

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

7
Summer Hill
00:04:21

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

8
Some People Stay in Our Hearts Forever
00:03:06

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

9
Run With You
00:03:25

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

10
I Don't Care
00:02:58

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

11
Stacking Chairs
00:03:08

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

12
Today We're The Greatest
00:03:47

Lars Stalfors, Producer - Domino Publishing Co., MusicPublisher - Middle Kids, MainArtist - Tim Fitz, Producer

2021 Lucky Number Music Limited 2021 Lucky Number Music Limited

Descrizione dell'album

The follow-up to Lost Friends, a Top Ten-charting debut in their native Australia, Today We're the Greatest finds hook-driven indie pop/rock trio Middle Kids in an openhearted and appreciative state of mind -- but not without reservations and deep introspection. Between releases, founding members Hannah Joy and Tim Fitz got married, and the album opens with spare acoustic guitar, a poignant tone, and the words: "Hope is an underrated word that I heard when I was younger" ("Bad Neighbours"). The song's arrangement gains only strings and understated noise effects in service of a quiet, anxious prelude. However, catchy, vibrant, fully arranged tracks follow in the form of rocker "Cellophane (Brain)" and the galloping "R U 4 Me?," establishing that Today We're the Greatest intends to ruminate to the upper tiers of the theater. While the album includes a handful of cigarette lighter-friendly ballads, including the title track and the banjo-stippled "Lost in Los Angeles," touches of intimacy temper even the lushest, most exuberant entries. The rousing, clattering, and ultimately romantic "Run with You," for instance, weaves a pulsing recording of the couple's first child's 20-week sonogram into the mix. That song also features a grungy lead guitar line that eventually falls into loose counterpoint with Joy's soaring main melody. More rankled moments include the circular anthem "I Don't Care" ("I gotta do what I want to"), but these are outweighed by hard-won gratitude and affection on a set that above all delivers on big hooks.
© Marcy Donelson /TiVo

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