After releasing two critically acclaimed full-lengths (Nine Times That Same Song, A Hundred Things Keep Me Up at Night) and several EPs on New York-based What s Your Rupture?, Love Is All returned home to Gothenburg, Sweden after their spring 2009 tour with no record deal in place (and accordingly, no demands) to produce a new album. And so, the band members decided to take their time writing and recording and -- gasp! -- actually have a good time collaborating on the songs that would eventually comprise their third record: Two Thousand And Ten Injuries. The result is an eclectic collection of pop melodies, anchored by New Wave and punk rock rhythms, that are as refined as they are unpredictable. All told, Two Thousand And Ten Injuries successfully manages to be Love Is All s most adventurous, and dare we say, accessible, album yet.