You could forgive people for thinking, after so long, the group might grow tired of one another. Instead, they lean on their friendship for comfort. In every nook and cranny of Future Generations’ catalogue, one will find comfort in realizing the positive value of shared experiences - whether good or bad, fleeting or infinite, big or small. Their first full length album, released in 2016, was a great introduction into the band’s ambitious sound while the album’s tracks like the standout “Stars,” give insight to the uncertainty and expectations of life, love and relationships.
The follow-up to their 2016 self-titled LP, Landscape finds Future Generations matching that sonic exploration with a greater emotional intensity. Throughout the album, the band proves the power of their chemistry in songs like lead single “All the Same,” a track that builds a brilliant tension between its nostalgia-soaked synth lines and lyrics that perfectly channel pre-breakup disillusionment.