“The main thing we hope that people take away from Famous is just to be yourself and not get caught up in compromising who you are as an individual to keep up with the trends. That’s why it’s Punk rock.”
The upbeat and optimistic Ode To Joy vibe contrasts well with the language and the angst of the lyrics, resulting in something that – for half of its listeners at least – will light up the room; bringing a glimmer of essential joy in an otherwise turbulent time.
Consider the lyrics and the progression of the story as you listen, let nostalgia and honesty intertwine and overwhelm, and that’s where you find the sweet spot in which a song like this appears inescapably on point. Absolutely worth a listen at volume for rock and punk fans past and present.
Faceless Orphans’ punk-meets-indie-rock explosion presents an album loaded with energy and grit, as well as a surprisingly satisfying & heartfelt array of songwriting.
The band have crafted this collection with absolute consideration & skill, and not at the cost of that crucial creative freedom that makes it so unique.
Punk rock has gone nowhere, musicianship is thriving, real music is alive and well.
A quick look at a band that first won our hearts with their gorgeously creative guitar work, then startled us with their powerhouse gravelly growl, then melted us again with a song named after our favourite staple food that goes well with everything. Edgarville’s debut album Fingerprints & Handwriting is available now for you to download via … Continued
I’m not sure sometimes what it is about a band that makes you want to hear everything they’ve ever written. In this case, I wanted in particular to see more of their videos – there seems to be a genuine, effortless passion to their performance. It seems real, intriguing, and a little intimidating. What is … Continued