SPORTS – ” All Of Something “

Posted: September 10, 2017 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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SPORTS is a 4-5 piece basement rock band based in Philadelphia, PA. The band’s second album titled All of Something was recorded in Philadelphia with celebrated DIY producer and musician Kyle Gilbride, and was described by Rolling Stone’s Jon Dolan as “full of smart, sweetly slashing indie-rock that recalls peers like Swearin’ and Waxahatchee.” The band’s sophomore album unfurls like a flag outside a midwestern bedroom window, lifted with the air of uncertainty of those first, confusing steps of adulthood. Perry’s freckled voice, equal parts longing and hopeful, carries through with damning drums and tickling guitar solos. Each song jangles on, sometimes releasing declarative, fighting words and other times as careful as notes left on the fridge. All of Something is out now on Father/Daughter Records.
The music here is immediately recognizable right? A bunch of us who care about indie and it’s various offshoots have heard this a dozen times over and over again and that realization is weird when the first song is really slow and brooding and it might be a better anthem than the songs about crushes???

Absolutely thrilling record. The energy is wild and cute. This track specifically just has such a good chorus and some of the cutest lyrics favorite track: Getting On in Spite of You.

Songs catchy and deep at the same time, with a driving beat and a vocalist who telegraphs all the feels. Other favorite track: Get Bummed Out.


Band Members
Misses Carm & Cathro, Jimmy, Beggie, Jacko

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