The Cold War Kids, who play tonight at the Trocadero, might want to change their moniker. After a spin of the group’s polished third album, ‘Mine Is Yours,’ its obvious that the group has grown up considerably.
Gone is the rawness of their first two releases. The new songs are well produced and at times downright anthemic. Producer Jacquire King obviously had an effect on the band and the group isn’t well, kids anymore. The songs just aren’t loose and rambling this time around but that’s evolution.