The UK’s own Keeper reignites the distortion and pace of pop-punk, with a fully-loaded story and song united in anthemic form.
Fiercely passionate and catchy in equal parts, Come Around manages to both scream out on behalf of frustration and regret, and connect for its contemporary vocal flow and subtle production traits. The break-down section in particular reinforces these retro effects and synth choices amidst an otherwise authentically fast-paced rock sound.
Surprisingly high-octane, vocally and melodically fresh enough to appeal for its original threads in light of all that’s recognizable, Come Around is something of an addictive ear-worm – blending genres and even eras with a clear appreciation for the escapism of music.
Emerging complete with a gripping set of visuals further depicting the frustration, angst and scorn of the writing, Come Around has the makings of an underground hit right now. Hopefully it finds the ideal audience for lasting impact.