Wednesday, March 13, 2013

The Summer Set can do no wrong

Pop-punk band The Summer Set kicked off their career with a few EPs before their debut Love Like This was released with their lead single and by far their catchiest song "Chelsea." The song was featured on Dancing with the Stars and got the band a small bit of success. The album featured singer Brian Dales' cute writing style. His lyrics for the album were like a male Taylor Swift.
The band's sophomore album, 2011's Everything's Fine had a more acoustic style and a more personal sound. The songs were slower and more personal and were written about mostly breakups. The songs "Someone Like You" and "Begin Again" were the best but the whole album had that cutesy cheesy sound that their debut had. The album was good but it wasn't as good as their debut.
The band released their new album's first single, 2012's "Fuck U Over" had a more pop-punk sound like their debut. Last month the band released their second single "Maybe Tonight" which was more like their sophomore album and they also announced their new album Legendary.
Then this week the band released "Boomerang" the adorable new single from their third album. The song features a fast-paced acoustic beat and cute lyrics "If I was Jay-Z, you'd be my Beyoncé/ We could rock the nation like they do/ And if I was Da Vinci, you'd be Mona Lisa/ Paint a smile perfectly on you," Dales sings during the chorus. The song is one of the band's best songs and it seems to show that the band's new record will be a commination of all of their older music, and that's okay with us.

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