Their latest album, “Fearless Generation,” is everything you could want in an indie band fused with superb instrumentals. Most of the tracks are high-powered rock with great beats that are lyrically strong, synced to the mood, tone and sound.
The album is overall chock full of catchy choruses, excellent melodies, and strong messages. Some noteworthy tracks are “Acceptance,” “Cry Sometime,” “Hero,” “Save Me” and “Easy Way Out,” which starts with a great drum beat and contains a strong set of vocals as well as lyrics. These are loud, and make you want to rock out, even on your worst day. For band to do that, it speaks volumes.
“Down to Die” is pure indie rock showcasing an excellent combination of instrumentals and amazing lyrics. “Alive,” in contrast to the previous track’s name, is a smooth rock ballad, and is hit worthy. Hell is very ironically titled, as it is music to your ears. It’s fierce and an example of great song writing that is much more than catchy tunes, but rather, higher questioning like, “What makes you think you matter?”
“Fearless Generation,” which is the title track is bass synced and indie vocals- super combination. It is a great title for the album, and song.
The final tracks of the album, “Imagination” and “Ruin Lives Together,” bring the rocking to a close, again showcasing the instrumental indie qualities and sheer brilliance in regard to lyrics and vocal. “Space Vacation” and the last track, slow up the album, and concludes band’s project on a high note.
Overall, music lovers could check this band out. They are a group with staying power, that is confident,strong, and very well versed in the indie rock genre.
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