Yellowcard

Another in the long line of pop punk bands that moved from obscurity to a major label, Yellowcard has rewarded that belief in them by getting better with each outing. This is definitely their most radio friendly release with so much emotion that they are almost creeping towards emo pop.

Since their last release they lost their guitarist and had to find their sound without him. The departure also made the remaining members realize that they had drifted apart and resentment had built up. Using their music as therapy, the lyrics on this album are honest and personal. They sound like they have found their love for music again.

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