Letting Up Despite Great Faults

One of the most underrated pop bands in the United States is about to release their new Paper Crush EP via Old Flame Records on August 2nd, 2011. And if you’d like to hear why they’re underrated just listen to their track “Teenage Tide.” With plethora of bands aiming for hip by soullessly meshing up styles into one – the Los Angeles band keeps it simple with their fuzzy pop formula. The jangling guitars accompanied by the subtle fuzz and synths just may be the perfect rooftop song to dance around to this New York summer after yesterday’s Heatapocalypse. It’s bright and sunny for sure. Makes me wish I was about a decade younger when I wasn’t so bitter. But that’s okay, I’m sure this song will cheer up me sometime this summer 🙂

MP3: “Teenage Tide


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Twentyseven Views is primarily a music blog (although sometimes I will do the random post on a film or something culture or art related). All posts are genuine and honest opinions by the writer.

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