After three years of touring and writing, Vampire Weekend is back and better than ever with their third album Modern Vampires of The City. Having to push the release date back a week due to a production error didn’t stop them or pre-order sales. Leading the Alternative, Indie and General charts on iTunes for the past two weeks and a performance on the critically acclaimed Saturday Night Live just shows that Vampire Weekend is back and here to stay. Check out what else we had to say below.
After listening to The Wonder Years’ latest album, The Greatest Generation, it’s hard to believe that the band itself just a few years ago was originally a joke. The Greatest Generation proves that The Wonder Years are stepping their game up, while not compromising their integrity nor the messages they want to put across with their music. This album features instrumental and lyrical aspects that the the band have featured previously, however the album shows growth from their prior albums. It’s been a long road for The Wonder Years, but this album clearly displays that the band is getting to where they want to be, on their terms. Check out what else we had to say about the album below.
This Century is a band that we will always hold near and dear to our hearts. With poppy lyrics and a feel good attitude, the band has obviously gained quite a bit of attention. Biography of Heartbreak was just what we were looking for from a band that’s been kind of in the shadows for the better part of a year, and we couldn’t be happier to see this new, almost confident version of This Century. Check out what else we had to say about it below.
I always thought that if you mixed A Day To Remember and For Year Strong together, Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! would be their love child. Although they sound similar to both bands, they have their own unique sound as well. You can tell that the lyrics from Pardon My French have matured since their last album, Something for Nothing, back in 2010. Check out what else we had to say about it below.