Review: Fitz and the Tantrums "More Than Just a Dream"

Joseph Karnes is back with Fitz’s sophomore album, which departs from the band’s previous ’60s neo-soul feel, replacing it with shades of ’80s pop influence. Regardless, Karnes packs in the soul, and his groovy lines are a major driving force.
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Joseph Karnes is back with Fitz’s sophomore album, which departs from the band’s previous ’60s neo-soul feel, replacing it with shades of ’80s pop influence. Regardless, Karnes packs in the soul, and his groovy lines are a major driving force.

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