The album opens with the title track which really sets the tone for the entire record and has a great feel to it as well as verging on shoegaze at times. Although the album follows a similar format throughout this does nothing to take away from what a well-crafted record Jarvis has produced here and in tracks like What’s Done Is Done you get a really summery feel as the weather is finally starting to brighten up. Don’t Care is another highlight on the album, it has a great intro in addition to a repetitive yet loveable chorus. Overall Weekends is a brilliant lo-fi record and it ends really well on the soothing Bluebell which helps emphasis what a great album this is.
You can get the album here.