[REVIEW] Lostboycrow – ‘Traveler: The Second Legend’

One thing we can say about Lostboycrow is that the man always provides. Hot off of the success of Traveler: The First Legend – part one of the singer’s debut album set to be released in three EPs – we are now graced with the second part of our journey, none other than Traveler: The Second Legend.

While part one played off of the theme of getting carried away in a voyage all your own, part two feels very nostalgic as it represents self-reflection and possible bitter regrets of what one could have done; a familiar feeling that often creeps in when you finally start to sit back and reflect on the past.

Containing all of our new favorites like “Spin The Globe,” “Missing London” and the most pivotal point of the ride, “All My Lives At Once,” new tracks “If I Change” and “Vanessa” showcase LBC’s impeccable approach to capturing those crucial moments of one’s life while turning it into infectious pop songs straight out of a novel.

It looks like part three will hold all the answers we’ve been waiting for. Until then, we’re happy to sit and dwell in the chaos for a while.

Tina Roumeliotis

Tina Roumeliotis

Tina is the founding editor of The Daily Listening. She's also a professional music nerd for BUZZNET. You'll most likely find her where she finds most of her inspiration: introverting in her bedroom with her music collection and a pair of headphones.