Fresh off the back of a hugely successful UK tour and with European dates coming thick and fast, Room94 have finally unleashed their debut album. Opening track ‘The Morning After’ is a catchy number, though not entirely original (it’s certainly not the first time a band have written about the time following an epic night), while ‘Superstar’, the track that truly launched them into the ears and hearts of their vast fan-base, is ultimately a highlight – a perfect dance floor, live show number with a chorus almost destined to get listeners dancing and singing along. Their musicianship and lyrical ability is far from anything special but certainly not the worst collection you can listen to. Anyone wanting a song that sums up the kind of people the quartet are, listen to ‘When I Was A Teenager’ – it’s a slice of slightly immature pop, the budget to the video for which they blew holding a massive house party much to the annoyance of their management. Having toured with Lawson last year, such a bands’ vibe echoes throughout ‘One Night’ however the few talky bits within it, including “Hey Babe”, are hugely irritating. The energy they present throughout the album cannot be faulted; each track slides rather effortlessly into the next with the introduction to ‘We Came To Party’ holding remnants of ‘Starships’ by Nicki Minaj. ‘Dream Girl’ is one of the better offerings, and while the album lacks a true ballad, the closest comes in the form of ‘Shine Your Light’. It’s often a risk for artists to end an album on such a mellow note, but it works well here – gone are the overpowering guitars and instead, the vocals, as they indeed should, take precedence.