M is for Music: The album is summery, vibrant and you almost feel the sun's UV rays hitting your back. If you were at a white sanded beach party with a beautiful tropic sun set in the background, this is the album to have playing.
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The Guardian: Tracks sip pina coladas, gaze into sunsets and adopt Kajagoogoo-gooey harmonies and descending Syndrum patterns in an apparent revamp of Club Tropicana.
BBC Music: Friendly Fires have already proved themselves, but this second effort is a mighty step upwards. It is another terrific, clattering celebration of an album that sounds nothing like its peers, but hopefully will be rewarded with sales to dwarf Lady Gaga's.