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Copyrights- Alone In A Dome LP (Sale price!)

Copyrights- Alone In A Dome LP (Sale price!)
Copyrights- Alone In A Dome LP (Sale price!)
SKU: fat147lp.fat
Band/Title: Copyrights
You can earn 15 AYP PUNK ROCK POINTS on this product!
Price: $14.99
Product Details
Pop punk was meant to be fun, fast, and catchy. Many of the bands in the scene do it, but none as good as The Copyrights. And lucky for you, if you’ve never checked them out before, their new album Alone In A Dome is coming out pretty soon, so you may just find your new favorite pop punk band.

If you have followed the pop punk quartet hailing from Illinois through their career, you can definitely track their progress with how much tighter, and just all around better that they have gotten over the years while still maintaining a light-hearted and lively presence in the scene. That being said, Alone In A Dome is the best they’ve ever sounded and listeners will be wanting more.

Opening up on "Part of the Landscape,” this song delivers fun guitar, steady drums, and explosive choruses that will have you singing along right off the bat. And as the two-and-a-half-minute songs continues, you start to see how this album will sound: playful songs with infectious choruses that you can scream along with.

The second song on the album was the first single they released, "Halos.” This short minute and a half song is a perfect single from The Copyrights. It delivers exactly what you want from them: fun, catchy pop punk. And that’s really what the running theme on this album is for every song.

What Alone In A Dome captures is music, specifically pop punk music, that is fun to play and be heard. It most certainly is an album that should be heard live, with all the energy that comes with it. And if you’re someone who grew up with Blink-182, The Descendents, and Teenage Bottlerocket, this album serves as a time capsule, and should bring you back to those Halcyon days.

Alone In A Dome is a good listen. It isn’t going to be anything more than a fun pop punk album. But, sometimes, you just need a fun album that is reminiscent of years past, and that is exactly what The Copyrights achieved here.

4/5 Stars

(New Noise Magazine)