@Confessions87 well perhaps they're thinking about the long run. A great band should think about longevity and slowly increase their complexity and maturity over a well thought out length of time in order to keep their name relevant and just new enough to keep their old fans while still interesting new fans. - IMHO As long as they keep putting out music as good as this I'm happy. If they get better than this then I'd be in audio nirvana.
There's something about Holy Ghost! that I like and dislike in almost equal measure. I find a lot of their music irresistibly catchy but also quite weak. Like I almost know there's loads of better music within this genre out there but I still listen to it anyway. Dynamics probably won't figure highly on my albums of the year list for 2013 but in a way it's probably one of the more enjoyable releases. Same goes for their self-titled in 2011...
I disagree. While [url=http://soundcloud.com/holyghostnyc/holy-ghost-teenagers-in-heat]Teenagers in Heat[/url] is far from perfect, if it and [url=http://soundcloud.com/holyghostnyc/its-okay-holy-ghost]Okay[/url] offer any indication of their latest stylistic direction, their upcoming album is going to be awesome. ; )
I really like Holy Ghost! but it saddens me to say that "Teenagers in Heat" is one of the worst things I have heard this year so far. James Murphy didn't help a lot on this one obviously. I'm glad it won't be on the album.