After attending highschool within the early 2010s, it is powerful to not really feel sentimental about Stated The Sky’s new album and the definitive new path in his sophomore album.
Whereas it was straightforward to be enthusiastic about Sentiment primarily based on its singles alone, two of which arrived instantly previous to the album’s full launch, a number of the album’s most shocking—and nostalgic—cuts include the total launch.
Between appearances by We The Kings, Parachute, The Maine, State Champs and extra, the tracklist of Sentiment oftentimes extra intently resembles a Warped Tour lineup than anything. In reality, we’re nonetheless questioning how Stated The Sky managed to tug a really uncommon function from Movement Metropolis Soundtrack on the wittingly self-deprecating “Blue Everlasting.”
General, like that very same Warped Tour flyer in your souvenir, the songs are sufficient to depart listeners reminiscing, crammed with heat emotions of nostalgia. The crossroad between digital and rock has been extra continuously traveled in recent times, although Stated The Sky delves deep, defining a sound with respectable consistency, and bringing forth quite a few pop punk and emo-inspired digital choices.
Whereas it was an formidable enterprise, Sentiment by no means feels pressured. Bringing listeners in with breezy acoustic guitars and augmenting the power with punchy drums, hovering riffs, and dense synth pads, Stated The Sky creates a mixture that feels contemporary all through the file, and nicely value returning to after it is concluded.
Take a look at the total album beneath.
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