by White Lung
- Record Label: Domino
- Release Date: Dec 2, 2022
- Summary: The first new full-length album for Canadian punk band White Lung in five years was produced by Jesse Gander and was announced as its last.
- Record Label: Domino
- Genre(s): Pop/Rock
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Positive: 7 out of 9
Mixed: 2 out of 9
Negative: 0 out of 9
Dec 2, 2022What emerges are anthems of rebirth at the necessary end, in which we can count the constants. In this instance: fury, hope and fierce maternal love.
Dec 2, 2022Once again, they infuse their brand of punk with a hefty dose of pop songcraft and meticulous production, courtesy of producer Jesse Gander, Premonition conjures a dark, enticing dynamism unparalleled even by their own extraordinary output.
Dec 2, 2022Prior to the album's release, White Lung announced they would be breaking up after Premonition, and if that does end up being the case, they've gone out with a magnificently gutsy farewell.
Dec 2, 2022The blistering sounds are as sabre-toothed as ever.
UncutDec 2, 2022The group have said this is their final album, and say goodbye in unsentimental but explosive fashion. [Jan 2023, p.27]
Dec 19, 2022Deep Fantasy captured the ferocity of an absurdly tight band playing together in a room, thrashing against the walls and playing off each other’s anger. That ferocity has faded. By contrast, Premonition sounds like talented professionals working remotely.
MojoDec 2, 2022Despite the band's commendably cyclonic hardcore punk energy, Premonition underscores the fact that White Lung are a vehicle with only one gear, and one that has now run out of road. [Jan 2023, p.88]
Positive: 1 out of 1
Mixed: 0 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
Dec 2, 2022I'll keep it simple: if you loved Paradise, this will sate your need for more. It sucks that this is it, but at least they put out one moreI'll keep it simple: if you loved Paradise, this will sate your need for more. It sucks that this is it, but at least they put out one more great album before going away. But regardless, this is worth the listen, and a worthy followup to Paradise.… Expand
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