FURTHER NORTH - "Take Me As I Am" SINGLE REVIEW
North Texas pop-punk/emo quintet FURTHER NORTH recently dropped a new single entitled TAKE ME AS I AM. The tune is the follow-up single to their March 2019 EP Under The Clouds, previously reviewed on The Pop Punk Dad. You can check that out HERE! The band who's heavily influenced by bands ranging from Jimmy Eat World to Andrew McMahon (and whatever he decides to call himself these days) has a sound that is self-explained as: "what happens when an mp3 player gets stuck on the 90's and 2000's emo.
The band's forthcoming single has an overall indie-rock/emo vibe reminiscent of slower All American Rejects tunes meets the emotional tells of a Dashboard Confessional song with melodic vocal hooks and big driving choruses. The simple drive of the song during verses let's the song just be itself, lets it tell a story and dives head first into giant choruses. As formerly mentioned, I love a band who can kill it with harmonies and this band has a suitcase full of them. If you're into drunk sing-a-longs at 3 am like I am, then you'll love this tune.
Check out FURTHER NORTH's latest single "Take Me As I Am" below!
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