Disregarding the painfully lousy band name, this CD is emphatically one of my favourites of 2007, and it's only just April, although only twelve tracks, they all sustain strong, perfect composition and have made BLG vastly become one of my favourite bands, in just a few months, leaving me yearning for more tracks.
Barely out of their teens, these boys are majorly underrated in the UK and have already toured Europe, and are continually on the road, these lads are set to be huge along with tour buddies `Hellogoodbye' and label mates `The View'
This album screams of teen angst, adolescent love stories and generally being youthfully free this is the ideal soundtrack to any summer, tracks such as `Heels over head' and `Dance hall drug' are so flawlessly catchy you'll have them on repeat for hours, even the less infectious `Up against the wall' and `On top of the world' are growers, and still emerging on my most played directory.
`Holiday,' `Broken Man' and `Thunder' set the perfect balance between the immaculate pop punk hooks and the sweet melodic refined `slow songs.'
Although Boys like girls in reality are nothing new they are almost definitely one of the greatest at what they do right now, BLG are wonderful for fans of Cartel, Cute Is What We Aim For, and all harmless pop punk boy bands.
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