10 Songs, 26 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Beach Slang’s first full length starts with a roar and ends 26 minutes later with the same, rarely letting up in-between. A huge, impassioned album that bridges punk energy and heartland rock ’n’ roll, The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us has as much in common with Cheap Trick and the Replacements as it does with contemporaries like Titus Andronicus and Japandroids—artists who pledge their sincerity and get dirty doing it. And as with the Replacements, it’s the band’s tender moments that hit hardest: “Too Late to Die Young” and the bittersweet “Porno Love.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

Beach Slang’s first full length starts with a roar and ends 26 minutes later with the same, rarely letting up in-between. A huge, impassioned album that bridges punk energy and heartland rock ’n’ roll, The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us has as much in common with Cheap Trick and the Replacements as it does with contemporaries like Titus Andronicus and Japandroids—artists who pledge their sincerity and get dirty doing it. And as with the Replacements, it’s the band’s tender moments that hit hardest: “Too Late to Die Young” and the bittersweet “Porno Love.”

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