Despite some promising tracks, the Melbourne indie outfit's eponymous second effort fails to match the brilliance of their debut
THE TEMPER TRAP/ THE TEMPER TRAP
Given the immense success of the Temper Trap's epic Sweet Disposition, it's only natural that these Australians were under a lot of pressure during the making of their self-titled second album. In 2009, the band's debut, Conditions, came out of nowhere and became a worldwide phenomenon, thanks largely to the aforementioned single which featured on the soundtrack of the indie romcom 500 Days of Summer, among other films.
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