After teasing the release of a supposed single “When I Was Young” for a couple weeks, today the entire thing is dropped as an EP. I couldn’t be happier about it, except for maybe if it had been a surprise album drop instead! Either way, let’s count our blessings, shall we? Title track “When I Was Young” is certainly a pleaser, it’s got a somewhat reggae sound in there, lots of bouncy bass lines, and some sort of killer horns during the lyric-less chorus. It’s a very modern, millennial hip-pop song. The rest of the extended play seems to be following along the same veins, opening with “Roots” a very classic MØ sound (for all the long-time fans) and following through with a few more great tracks. Hopefully this doesn’t mean that we have to wait TOO much longer for the sophomore album, but this is MØ’s first release since her 2014 debut that wasn’t a single, so there’s that! I’ll have this EP on repeat for a while now, I’m sure!