New Jersey pop punk four-piece FRND CRCL just dropped Internet Noise
The band covers all their bases when it comes to pop punk. They do the classic stuff like Man Overboard and The Wonderyears and bands similar to that on songs like “Somethin’ Bout You” and “Deception.” Then they go into pre celeb-dating Good Charlotte and pull out some fun lyrics on songs like “Loose Cannon” and “Famous.” They even have some self-titled Blink influences on “End of the World.” They bounce around from nuance to nuance all while making some great music. Vocals – both are great – harmonies are amazing when they do them, the guitar is awesome, the drum work is solid, the production is outstanding, and the lyrics are just as good too. This is an awesome record from a damn good band.
Big kudos go to Adam Skirvin (bass and vocals), Zac Johnson (guitar and vocals), Dom Giacalone (lead guitar), and Aaron Smith (drums) for making an extremely polished record. In an era when bands release singles and really worry about putting out a song that sticks every couple of months, it’s refreshing to see a band work their ass off and put together an album. No matter what the future brings, FRND CRCL is a band to keep an eye on to keep moving up when the world finally gets to move on.