Kentucky's Cage The Elephant, fronted by Matt Shultz,
debuted in a mellow punk-rock style influenced by
Kings of Leon with
Cage The Elephant (2008), containing the mock-anthemic
Ain't No Rest For The Wicked and Back Against the Wall.
Thank You Happy Birthday (2011) was a more eclectic work that ventured
into electronica and (mild) dissonance.
Always Something has the flavor of a musichall skit and
Shake Me down tries to shake things up with a crunchy riff but the melody
Melophobia (2013) is another mediocre collection of mediocre material,
ranging from the silly bubblegum-pop of Spiderhead to the
power ballad Cigarette Daydreams, with a bit of extra energy (or,
musichall swagger) in Teeth.
Tell Me I'm Pretty (2015), warmly produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys, engages more explicitly a 1960s revival of sorts with the
energetic Mess Around and the sardonic That's Right.
Social Cues (2019) contains the propulsive Broken Boy, the
languid ballad Black Madonna and little else.
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