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We’re feeling good. Really good. Could it be because the sunshine brings with it promises of good times ahead? Is the warmer weather drawing out a sickly sweet nice side? Could be, but my money’s on it being the incredible lashings of punk-emo-pop that U.S. quartet Goodfella are serving in their delectable morsel of an EP, We’re All Attached To Something.
It’s straight up and uncomplicated punk- rock and if it’s not politically incorrect or some shit to say so, yeah, this album is an emo banger, rife with bitter lyrics in Lost And Found and some majorly agro riffage. Actually, in that particular track, Goodfella sing repeatedly, ‘history repeats itself’, and it sure does. You may think you’ve heard this all before but the addictive brightness of Goodfella will have you bopping about and exposing your cute side as much as your rebellious. It’s a sound that doesn’t wear.
We’re All Attached To Something echoes back to some of the best punk-rock emo-pop legends of old
Boasting a modern hook-laden sheen, We’re All Attached To Something echoes back to some of the best punk-rock emo-pop legends of old, Goodfella delivering some banging anthemic tracks on par with bands like Taking Back Sunday, All Time Low and State Champs.
A fierce little offering, We’re All Attached to Something is equal parts powerful narrative and fun and heavy sound, and as we all know, good music is a sign of good things to come.
STANDOUT TRACKS: Lost And Found, I Could Feel This Coming, Write It Off
STICK THIS NEXT TO: Taking Back Sunday, State Champ, As It Is