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The Friday Night Boys - Off the deep end

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2009
Label: Fueled By Ramen
Genre: Pop Punk
Producer: Emanuel Kiriakou
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Virginia based The Friday Night Boys could be the next big thing, their pop punk is addictive with singalong choruses and traces of electro pop.
I was quite fond of their 2008 EP "That´s what she said" and am rather excited over their debut full length "Off the deep end".
Their style lies somewhere between Simple Plan, The Click Five and Blink 182 - the powerpop tendencies are very obvious in The Click Five-like "Finding me out" or the upbeat "Hollow".
The pop punk pearl "Suicide sunday" could´ve been an unreleased Blink 182 tune while the super catchy "Stuttering" will make Simple Plan full of envy, great first choice as a single release.
This is what I call feel-good music!

Tracklisting 1. Permanent Heartbreak
2. Stupid Love Letter
3. Suicide Sunday
4. She's Finding Me Out
5. Stuttering
6. Can't Take That Away
7. How I Met Your Mother
8. Hollow
9. The First Time [Natalie's Song]
10. Molly Makeout
11. Unforget You
12. Sorry I Stole Your Gurl


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