Deaf Havana return with their fifth studio album, Rituals. A flimsy collection of Christianity-themed lazy Pop songs that grates almost immediately.
Unlike Years and Years whose most recent album Palo Santo was heavy on the old Christianity, Rituals attempts to cover similar ground far less successfully.
The group have abandoned their Alternative and Post-Hardcore routes for this shameless attempt at breaking into the UK Top 40. Will this change of artistic direction help or hinder the band?
Last time – Travis Scott – Astroworld | album review