You can feel it from the opening notes of the first song; and it doesn’t matter if you’re intimately familiar with Boys Night Out or you’ve never heard the Burlington, Ontario, group’s music before now.
From the second the band’s sophomore album, Trainwreck, opens, with its cascading instrumental overture and its eerie voiceover of a physician diagnosing his patient, you can sense the arrival of something big, powerful—and where this band is concerned, previously unexplored.
Yes, Trainwreck is the album where these Boys (now one X chromosome stronger, thanks to new member Kara Dupuy on synth and vocals) officially grow up, the disc where their hopes, ambitions and darkest secrets collide to make the statement they’ve always had in them.
11. Healing Dying