Tomorrow iTunes will debut Fall Out Boy‘s video for “I Don’t Care.” Thier new album Folie A Deux will be available on November 4th.
Farewell is set to return to the studio to record their follow up to last years, Isn’t This Supposed to Be Fun!? Read an update from the band, here.
The release of this record saw delays and hold ups. Originally set to be released in the fall of ’06 the album was pushed back to early this year. Nevertheless it was worth the wait! Fire the Cannons is an explosive release, that proves the group’s rock credibility and clearly shows that they have staying power. The opener, Run This City, is a familiar sounding catchy rock tune that illustrates Jet Lag’s pop sensibility. This track sets the scene, providing a polished landscape for the album. Seamlessly flowing into, Doctor, Please! A fantastic hook-filled song, which is my pick for standout track on the album. Bittersweet, offers the soon to be sing along line of the early half of this year. “And you can find it in a heartbeat, and leave it tangled in the bed sheets.” Cannons slows down perfectly in the middle with, Stepping Stone, including a breakdown that is reminiscent of Guns N’ Roses. The group dives into their punk rock roots with the snarled, Every Minute which is somewhat in the vein of The Matches.
Concluding with, Picture Frames, this quite closer illustrates more spectacular guitar work and wraps the record up in perfect fashion. These young Jersey rockers have all the chops and rock riffs to make a notable name for themselves. Be sure to catch them on tour now and on Warped this summer, you won’t regret it!
1. Run This City
2. Doctor, Please!
3. The Bad Apples
5. Stepping Stone
6. Fit to Be Tied
7. Just Say How
8. If It Was up to Me
9. Every Minute
10. Keep This With You
11. Picture Frames
Los Angeles rockers, Lido Beach have posted a new song entitled, “The Open Air is Calling” on their Myspace page.
Check out a new album teaser for Phantom Planet‘s upcoming release, Raise the Dead, below.