Scottish band The Jesus and Mary Chain have been rocking out with a rebellious spirit for 40 years, showing no signs of slowing down. Their latest album, Glasgow Eyes, might leave fans wondering if it’s their final masterpiece, but that ambiguity adds to the intrigue. Known for their unique blend of gritty rock that embraces experimentation and electronic elements, The J.A.M.C. continue to captivate with their signature style. Glasgow Eyes stays true to their roots, exploring themes of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll with a hazy intensity. While the album doesn’t bring groundbreaking surprises, it does raise curiosity about what lies ahead after four decades in the music scene.


*Original review written by Erin Wolf  for BUST, LA Weekly’s sister publication. 

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