ALBUM REVIEW: We Are The Finale // The Magic Show Act ll: The Turn


by Kristina Balboa


We Are the Finale is definitely a band to be on the watch for! Nashville’s most eligible, up and coming stars trade in the cliché straw hats and cow boy boots for an experimentation with different variations of rock music. They sure know how to get right to your every high and low of the day with their newest album The Magic Show Act ll: The Turn”. 

With these five new tracks, We Are the Finale took many different instrumentations and melodies to suit any music lover’s needs. Definitely something to make you tap your feet, nod your head, and soon enough you’ll be dancing like no one is watching (even if in fact many people are watching and you only feel like no one is because you’re wearing headphones that make you focus solely on absorbing the lyrics).

This album begins with an interlude, Interlude 1: Act ll is about to begin. The second track, Well Enough Alone, begins with a subtle piano lead-in. The song is then followed by a strong, steady beat that is repetitive throughout. Ten Days is more of a ballad; simple, yet sentimental. The fourth track …and, Scene has a heavier sound with a deeper meaning.  The last song, The Honeymoon Phase, is great track to end the album on. It gives you something to dance away jamming out to, with a happy feel and imaginativelyrics. 

We Are the Finale specifies themselves as Rock. Indeed they are, but they are so much more than that! Each and every song on “The Magic Show Act ll: The Turn” has an entirely different feel. This will without-a-doubt become your day-by-day soundtrack to your every mood change. Highly recommended to anyone looking to mix up their playlists. 

Find out more about We Are The Finale at the links below:


Twitter: @wearethefinale

Instagram: @wearethefinale


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