I have followed Next Year’s End for quite some time. They’re amazing musicians and even better people. Their last EP, Faceless, is an amazing collection of music. The band has big shoes to fill, and they have succeeded. How You Talk is easily the best work Next Year’s End has produced to date, displaying incredible songs that I cannot stop listening to. I have been waiting for new music from these guys for a very long time, and this EP was well worth the wait.
Next Year’s End reflects influences throughout the EP from All Time Low, The 1975, and 5 Seconds Of Summer. The songs on How You Talk are catchy and keep you coming back for more, again and again. This collection of music can’t be overplayed. Take it from me, I’ve been listening to it nonstop for two weeks.
The band has everything it takes to make an impact in the music scene. This EP is a masterpiece both lyrically and instrumentally, with my standout tracks being “Younger” and “I Don’t Mind.” This is a new and improved Next Year’s End, and if you haven’t heard of them before, you’ll surely hear of them now.
The band has been promoting How You Talk nonstop and is worth every bit of effort, as these songs are something they should undoubtedly be proud of. As someone who has been to countless Next Year’s End shows, I can’t wait to see how this new era translates on stage.
How You Talk was produced by Rian Dawson of All Time Low and is out everywhere on Friday, March 1, 2019. If you know what’s good for you, you’ll give it a listen. You may even discover your new favorite band.
TAGS: Next Year’s End | All Time Low | The 1975 | 5 Seconds Of Summer