While Fall Out Boy needs naked pics of one of its members (lame pun… I know!) or more toecringing covers to stay in the attention, Every Avenue is busy cranking out another ridiculously catchy song. And while Cartel was busy acting like idiots in a giant bubble, Every Avenue is taking over their fanbase.
Things are moving pretty fast for these Michigan natives. Last year Fearless released their debut EP “Ah!” and before long they were back in the studio recording a full-length with producers Zach Odom and Kenneth Mount (Cartel, Mayday Parade). That album has just been dropped now and it’s actually a lot of fun as long as they shy away from Panic! At The Disco-like fiascos such as “Freak Out!”, which is exactly what I did when I heard it… and not in a good way. The obligatory sappy piano ballad follows that one which makes for a weak ending of an otherwise enjoyable poppunk album.
Score: 7 out of 10
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