Music-Slam Album Review: Kings of Leon – Aha Shake Heartbreak


Kings of Leon
Aha Shake Heartbreak – 12 tracks 35:13

The best way to describe “Aha Shake Heartbreak” is as a more melancholy version of their previous album, “Youth and Young Manhood”. The songs have a feeling of a small town life with the only savior at the end of a road far away.

Another way to describe this album is as if their first is a cross country trip with three friends. This album would be like they found their way into an old forest. They are walking around and enjoying the sounds. It becomes dark and you search for wood. One gets lost and stumbles into a bear trap. Blood is lost and for a few songs, hallucinations take over. The end would be a race to a hospital.

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