They have recently released in the United States their fast paced album that barrels over the listener with today's pop-infused rock. Telephone is their new debut album. The album was self-released, yet its production sounds no different than any professionally produced album, save the auto tune. Front woman Marie Bellerose utilizes an in-your-face vocal delivery which captivates the listener. It seems that the five-piece band that has played hundreds of shows in various formations through the years’ coming together has allowed them to finally find their niche.
Midnight Romeo's songs take a life of their own with the use of 80s video game sounds and synthesizers used throughout the album. Several of the songs start out in a wayt that is almost like listening to a level of Mega Man or Sonic the Hedgehog, until the rest of the music kicks in and complements it.
The album starts off with one of its fastest tracks “Walk” bringing in the listener but then follows it up with the track: “Hush Hush,” one of its slower songs. This track sequence brandishes the singing capability of Bellerose. The album seems to be dominated by catchy grooves and choruses, but allows each musician to showcase their own capabilities in the songs that is not usually seen in the vocals dominated pop scene. Based on their personal chemistry and the whole sounding production of their songs, it is not too hard to imagine this band on its way to breaking the international lines and start touring in the United States soon.