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Watch: All Time Low – “A Love Like War (feat. Vic Fuentes)”
01. The Reckless and The Brave
02. A Love Like War (feat. Vic Fuentes)
03. Backseat Serenade
04. Me Without You (All I Ever Wanted)
05. If These Sheets Were States
06 Somewhere In Neverland
07. So Long Soldier
09. The Irony Of Choking On A Lifesaver
10. To Live and Let Go
12. Thanks To You
13. For Baltimore
14. Paint You Wings
15. So Long And Thanks For All The Booze
16. Oh Calamity!
17. For Baltimore (Acoustic)
18. Somewhere In Neverland (Acoustic)
19. The Reckless and The Brave (Acoustic)
20. Backseat Serenade (Acoustic)
Review: Liger Tea Party – “Sorry, We Aren’t Great”
Liger Tea Party – “Sorry, We Aren’t Great”
Released: June 23, 2013
Liger Tea Party is an unsigned band from Shanghai, China composed of clean vocalist/guitarist Dawson Chen, guitarist Charles Wang, drummer Edward Pan, and bassist/unclean vocalist Keith Yeo. The band just released their debut EP, Sorry, We Aren’t Great, but the members of the band have been in the Shanghai music scene for years in various different outfits. Sporting a sound that is hybrid of pop punk and hardcore (similar to A Day To Remember), Liger Tea Party has already rocked many venues around Shanghai, and their charismatic energy is familiar to their fans.
The EP itself is a current collection of their complete songs recorded at Dbstudios Shanghai. They possess a strong upbeat atmosphere that rivals veterans like All Time Low and The Wonder Years, with addictive crowd-pleasing chants. The unclean vocals are also, almost surprisingly, welcoming and a sublime addition to each song. Finally, their lyrics aren’t bad at all, definitely not reminiscent of some of the shallow writing present in certain contemporary artists, including some bands in the same relative genre. Our Editor-in-Chief, Harri Gibson, when asked about Liger Tea Party stated, “Damn, this band is a dream!”
The problem keeping Liger Tea Party‘s songs from being perfect in Sorry, We Aren’t Great seems to be the fusion of the vocals. In the EP, there are three voices who perform at different points, and while they are all unique individually, none of them appear to befit the songs’ instrumentals incredibly well. Similarly, in the EP Dawson’s clean vocals don’t mesh perfectly with Keith’s screams but that could be corrected easily and definitely isn’t evident in their live shows. The overall result is massive potential that screams to be better. The songs are incredibly good and very much worth a listen if you are into positive energy and gung-ho music. Stream the songs below and check out their Facebook page.
Standout Tracks: There’s only three, listen to them all!
Watch: Pierce The Veil – “Bulls In The Bronx”
Post-hardcore band Pierce The Veil are premiering the new music video for their song, Bulls In The Bronx, on their Vevo Youtube channel. The song is the fifth track off of their latest album, Collide With The Sky, released last year. Along with Bulls In The Bronx, the band has also shot and released videos for the songs King For A Day and Hell Above.
The band are currently on their month-long sold out Spring Fever Tour, with co-headliner All Time Low and supporters Mayday Parade and You Me At Six. Pierce The Veil celebrated Cinco de Mayo last Sunday by releasing their third signature hot sauce, Ragin’ Cajun, which is available for purchase here. Check out the new music video below!
Contest: All Time Low Ticket Giveaway
Pop rockers All Time Low are currently gearing up for their “Gimme Summer Ya Love” Tour in support of their new album, Dirty Work. We’ve partnered with the band to give a pair of tickets away to one fan on each date of the tour. Five of these winners will then also receive a copy of Sims Generation, which includes “I Feel Like Dancin'”, the first single from Dirty Work.
All Time Low will be joined by The Starting Line, Cartel, Mayday Parade and a number of other bands. Interested?
Enter the contest here. The contest ends July 20th and the tour begins on the 25th, so act now.