”Every day still feels like a Thursday,” sings Barry Hyde near the end of his band’s second album. The line sums up some of News and Tributes’ workaday vibe — a noticeable contrast to the ecstatic TGIF post-punk found on their 2004 bow. The disc still showcases the quartet’s hyper — Beach Boys harmonies and penny-cutting hooks, though their trademark vigor is often missing. Even so, they at times achieve a compromise between their manic and mature guises, as on ”Face,” which seamlessly evolves from an acoustic ballad to a rush of guitar-mauling fury.
News and Tributes ''Every day still feels like a Thursday,'' sings Barry Hyde near the end of his band's second album. The line sums up some of News and Tributes...News and TributesRock ''Every day still feels like a Thursday,'' sings Barry Hyde near the end of his band's second album. The line sums up some of News and Tributes...2006-06-09
Genre: Rock; Producer (group): Startime International, Vagrant
Posted June 9 2006 — 12:00 AM EDT
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