Everything’s Fu**ed, the debut album of the Arrows of Love is popular across the globe for a different grade of music. The noisy band provides a beautiful transition in their album. Nima Teranchi, Mike Frank, Rufus Miller, Lyndsey Critchley, and Nuha Ruby Ra have composed the songs. The band that is already renowned for their live programs prove their mettle again in the album. The songs have a rapid changeover that reflects the band’s gushing energy while on stage. Bob Weston, the famous producer from the band Shellac, mastered the album that contains 11 self-recorded tracks. The whole 35 minutes brings spectacular vocals and enviable energy together.
The album features soaring music that is coupled with sound spirals. The change of pace in the compositions can excite the audience beyond boundaries. The looped electric and guitar riffs blended with the powerful drums can depict the dazzling torrent. The opening song Honey begins slow but soon explodes with the tunes of the guitar. The deep sounds, however, have no rest all through the album. But, once you listen to The Knife, you might change your perception. The song is softer with a beautiful instrumental start. It has been etched with straightforward and slow drum beats. Nima Teranchi’s voice proves to be another melodic instrument.
The overall execution of the album is beyond brilliance. There is a thrilling interplay amidst the two lead singers. The soft rhythm can still make you move. But wait, the song bursts with life at the third minute. The three guitarists create such power and storm. The next cosmic explosion is the following composition Real Friends. It brims with energy and catchy words. The instrumental intensity in the song Conspiracy Podcast is laudable. The album is a fusion of different styles of music that moves from rock, grunge, post-punk, to psychedelic rock. It might look like a buffet for the ardent music lovers.