Logan Blake January 17th, 2021 – 9:00 AM

Album Review: Viagra Boys – Welfare Jazz

Inciting blood-flow to all the right places

It’s not unreasonable to suppose that the Stockholm post-punkers, Viagra Boys, represent impotency in some capacity. Listen to any one of their songs and that notion is instantly nullified. They are not flaccid. These guys flaunt beaucoup confidence and poise, and are more virile than any other out on the market right now. Self-endorsers of a brand of sound that’s entirely their own, they aren’t unaware of it and the puissance that comes along with it. And they’re only beginning. Although they’re still in their infant stage, they’ve made considerable waves in their short five-year span thus far. Now, they’ve released their sophomore LP, Welfare Jazz, for the public’s listening displeasure.

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