Arizona’s Jared Mancuso takes us right back to the nineties with this pop-punk anthem of uplifting musicality & contrasting conceptual heartbreak.
“Ultimately, we went with garage rock because it’s much easier to disguise our lack of talent and musical ability with loud guitars and fuzzy distortion. Also, now, we can wear leather pants and not have to justify it.”
It spits energy in a furious, fizzy & diverse arrangement that shows real breadth & intelligence.
Pulsating rhythms are met with growling screams that all culminate in one of the sickest guitar solos of recent memory.
There’s a sense of urgency that fills you with a lust for life, in the way that only truly expressive, authentic music can. His passion is incomparable,