Music Review. | The Antics of More Youthful Times. | FLAUNT.

In Audioroticby Niki Gatewood

Last year, FLAUNT gifted the world with its Christmas EP, The Antics of More Youthful Times. Their respected debut album, Codon, dropped in 2014; it included the indie, chart-topping single, “National Anthem.” The duo continue to demonstrate its musical evolution.

Through seven strategically linked songs, the Justin Jennings / Joseph Vitterito ensemble, creates a seamless listening experience. Starting off with the discordant and dope audacity of “Outbreak,” Flaunt artistically embodies its name. “Something Different,” and “Send My Love” will leave listeners with an emphatic, Yes! Even Adele would be proud of the latter rendition.

When fear is rejected life is embraced; this is fully shared on “Into The Sky.” Since wisdom often requires previous tribulation, “Real Life Is  Not So Cool,” is inherently beautiful. While “Endless Vision” verges on Nirvana greatness, “Genghis Khan” is the absolute opposite of the previous brooding track.

Flaunt is the truth.




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