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Little Faster
     

A Little Faster

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by There for Tomorrow
 
Warped Tour darlings There for Tomorrow lean toward the poppier end of the punk/emo spectrum, largely eschewing screaming and metal-style instrumental pyrotechnics in favor of classic songcraft and vocals that often wouldn't sound out of place on a Backstreet Boys album. A Little Faster

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Warped Tour darlings There for Tomorrow lean toward the poppier end of the punk/emo spectrum, largely eschewing screaming and metal-style instrumental pyrotechnics in favor of classic songcraft and vocals that often wouldn't sound out of place on a Backstreet Boys album. A Little Faster refines the sound the band developed on its first two efforts, tightening up the hooks and upping the angst quotient. "The Remedy" uses a dissonant guitar figure and pounding, syncopated drum parts to underscore its lyrical vitriol, while the title track is straight-ahead, radio-ready pop-punk full of chugging rhythms and vocal harmonies. Throughout, A Little Faster showcases There for Tomorrow's sharp writing, youthful enthusiasm, and highly accessible, pop-infused take on emo.

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Release Date:
06/09/2009
Label:
Hopeless Records
UPC:
0790692070923
catalogNumber:
709

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A Little Faster 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
TMAC More than 1 year ago
There For Tomorrow's 2nd release does not disappoint! I loved their first cd and all it's catchy songs! I was listening to it until A Little Faster was finally released! I love every single song especially Stories, Wish you away, The Remedy and A Little Faster! You HAVE to buy this album and support these guys! They tunes are catchy and the guitar is great! Maika's voice is fantastic! Hurry up and pick up this album NOW!!! The only downfall of this cd is that it's short! With 11 songs and each averaging about 3-4 mins, it's over before you know it.