12 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A ballsy, affirmative seventh album of surging rock. The Long Islanders have sounded reinvigorated since their classic lineup’s 2010 reformation. This, their seventh LP, has the energy and freewheeling creativity of a debut. “Death Wolf” is as hellacious as it sounds, the rollicking title track begs to be played from a dive bar jukebox, while “Call Come Running” and “In the Middle Of It All”—all pulsating guitars and emotive choruses—revisit their soaring emo years.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

A ballsy, affirmative seventh album of surging rock. The Long Islanders have sounded reinvigorated since their classic lineup’s 2010 reformation. This, their seventh LP, has the energy and freewheeling creativity of a debut. “Death Wolf” is as hellacious as it sounds, the rollicking title track begs to be played from a dive bar jukebox, while “Call Come Running” and “In the Middle Of It All”—all pulsating guitars and emotive choruses—revisit their soaring emo years.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
138 Ratings

138 Ratings

Lets.go.devs ,

Really like it after acouple listens

Besides the song "title wave" I like almost every song. The last song is very good. Had to immediately relisten to it

jaaproano ,

R + R = TBS? :))

Ramones meets rancid = tidal waves... So exciting to hear this new single..Been waiting for some more "mmmmffff" from these guys and here it is! Awesome.

GoofyManSwag ,

People are stupid.

Bands grow. If these 30 something year old men were still making songs that sound like cute without the e it would be weird. This new sound is more masculine and it's a good sound for them. I saw these guys shut down the taste of chaos tour and it was awesome! And they were never a "pop punk" band. This is taking back Sunday. Not all time low.

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