Surviving - Jimmy Eat World

Surviving - Jimmy Eat World

Jimmy Eat World

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2019-10-18
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

  • ℗ 2019 Exotic Location Recordings, under exclusive license to RCA Records

Surviving - Jimmy Eat World Tracks

Surviving - Jimmy Eat World User Reviews

  • Blown Away

    5
    By TheMatthewHyatt
    I'm always amazed that Jimmy Eat World can continue to evolve their sound and songwriting and yet remain certain trademarks that can instantly identify them. This is album is no different and is an absolute treasure. Their albums seem to always hit at specific times that cooincide with life...such is art interpretation, I guess. Nevertheless, this feels like it may end up being one of my very favorite albums of theirs. 555 speaks to me on a spiritual level. Wow, guys. Wow.
  • 555 more like 101010

    5
    By MrPHMAN
    Album is great, but 555 is one of my favorite Jimmy songs in years!
  • Incredible Album & More Relevant than Ever

    5
    By Eric_238
    These guys continue to raise the bar. What I love about JEW is that their music has evolved and matured as they each have as people. I can honestly say that each of their albums has hit me at a crucial point in my life, and Surviving is no different. Classic JEW rock with a new twist, and meaningful lyrics that hit you at your core. Songs like Surviving, Delivery, Diamond, and Love Never are anthems for those of us working through the complexity of middle age adulthood while managing relationships, love, and life. This isn’t emo rock nostalgia. It’s current, fresh and more relevant than ever. Thanks for another incredible album guys.
  • Fresh and Genuine

    5
    By Kevbo1983
    Unlike most bands from the late 90s/early 2000s, these guys just made a creative endeavor without alienating their core sound. Nothing wrong with tweaking a formula that works. Solid entry.
  • Welcome back, guys!!

    5
    By Caraa222
    This album rocks!! A great mix of the old Jimmy sound, with a touch of modern day. Crisp and clear sound. And not to mention these guys still put on one heck of a live show, decades later. They REAL musicians who are passionate about true sound!
  • Another triumph!

    5
    By JRY368
    A must have for all Jimmy Eat World fans and also for the casual listener. This is their tenth album and there are no signs of a slow down. Each track is crisp, bold and not overly produced. The music itself is cleaner and allowed to shine without all of the unnecessary overdubs a lot of other bands are guilty of in recent times. The drums, the guitars, the lyrics... This isn’t just a band rehashing old themes and surviving. This is force of nature doing what they do best and expertly thriving! I can’t wait to see these songs live in concert. It’s new, it’s fantastic, it’s Jimmy Eat World!
  • Unbelievable!!

    5
    By Cougs32
    Musically and lyrically, this album is an absolute gem. One of their best albums! JEW is still the best
  • Wow

    5
    By ccall
    Their best in years
  • Fun fresh air but with familiar scent

    5
    By McCatholic
    I stayed up to midnight (eastern time zone) to stream the new Jimmy Eat World album. I'd say on the first listen, Surviving is a fun striped down experiment but still recognizable rocking Jimmy. A lot of focus on drums. Lyrically it is more introspectively optimistic. Same guitar sound but in new pithy combinations. Natural progression from Integrity Blues. Mixed well and not over produced. Besides the solid singles “All the Way” & “Love Never” the songs that caught my attention were “Criminal Energy” “Recommit” “Congratulations”. Can't wait to chew on it more. Definitely getting this on vinal.
  • Crisp, Clean, Clever, Better than Ever!

    5
    By RestedTraveler
    Granted, I’ve only listened to the two early release tracks and haven’t yet heard the rest of the songs; however, that being said, these two tracks are CRISP. You can tell these dudes just went into the studio and jammed these things out without over-thinking and over-processing things. It’s just very honest rock music. What you hear is what you get, and what you get is something that you can quite honestly listen to during your commute home on a chilly winter day (yes, in Colorado, today is that day even though it is October) and absolutely jam out listening to, over and over and over. “All the Way (Stay)” is destined to get air play for a couple of decades...it’s right up there with “the Middle” and “Bleed American” and “Get it Faster,” in my opinion...and I love the update to “Love Never,” too! I am sure the rest of this album is going to be as fresh and clean, and I can’t wait to listen to the whole darned thing!