I Call Fives Album Review

I call Fives | Album review | Post Hardcore | Pop Punk

Do you know that simulation of joy? Found in smiles of people around you or in the tracks of bands that your friend has told you about and claim they are best in the world. I don’t know about you guys, but personally, I hate those things.

There’s nothing to be worried about here though, I Call Fives really know how to do their thang.

The guys have just released their début full length self-titled album. The album was produced by Paul Leavitt who has worked with Yellowcard and All Time Low. He really knows how to work with début titles and has recently produced Avastera’s debut EP.

Here we have a good old uplifting summertime pop punk album full of joyous tunes in best traditions of Sum 41 and Blink 182, along with bad ass post hardcore guitar riffs.. You believe I Call Fives, because there’s nothing fake about these guys.

People may take the opinion that sometimes there’s not a lot differences between the tunes and it may sound like one long song and not 11 individual tracks. But hey – that’s what happiness looks like.. So it’s one, but long, 11-tracks-long of happiness.

This album makes everything feel good, the feeling is real and stays with you.

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Posted on Tue 4th December 2012 and filed under Albums, Reviews.

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