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Let's Go

by Cartel

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Let's Go

by Cartel

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Label: The Bicycle Music Company
Previously best known for their appearance on MTV's Band In a Bubble, the Georgian five-piece offers a third album of bright, exuberant pop-punk that follows along a line similar to the blink-182/Green Day era of the early '00s. A strong boy band-friendly harmonic level informs the vocals, making such single-ready cuts like "Let's Go" and "Faster Ride" appealing to both the kids who obey their parents and the troublemakers with purple hair. Regardless of any punk-rock leanings (or lack thereof), "Only You" is a repeat listen for anyone who has just gotten dumped.

About This Album

Previously best known for their appearance on MTV's Band In a Bubble, the Georgian five-piece offers a third album of bright, exuberant pop-punk that follows along a line similar to the blink-182/Green Day era of the early '00s. A strong boy band-friendly harmonic level informs the vocals, making such single-ready cuts like "Let's Go" and "Faster Ride" appealing to both the kids who obey their parents and the troublemakers with purple hair. Regardless of any punk-rock leanings (or lack thereof), "Only You" is a repeat listen for anyone who has just gotten dumped.

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About This Album

Previously best known for their appearance on MTV's Band In a Bubble, the Georgian five-piece offers a third album of bright, exuberant pop-punk that follows along a line similar to the blink-182/Green Day era of the early '00s. A strong boy band-friendly harmonic level informs the vocals, making such single-ready cuts like "Let's Go" and "Faster Ride" appealing to both the kids who obey their parents and the troublemakers with purple hair. Regardless of any punk-rock leanings (or lack thereof), "Only You" is a repeat listen for anyone who has just gotten dumped.