Stir The Blood
Dancing on the dark side of the disco ball is never an easy thing to pull off, but the Bravery continue their streak of awesome with their third album. The album is nowhere near as depressing as The Sun and the Moon and may in fact rival Exciter as the soundtrack to my sex life.
Adored, Song for Jacob, and Hatefuck are amazing, hard driving songs, and the latter is a perfect song about angry love. Skin is another song that will keep you moving, and The Spectator is probably the best song on the album
The only places where this album falls short are the two slow songs, Sugar Pill and She's So Bendable. They are more psychadellic rock than neo wave, and really don't fit into the flow of the album.