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Love Sign

by Free Energy

Love Sign by Free Energy

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Love Sign

by Free Energy

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Label: Free Energy Records
Philly rockers Free Energy sing a lot about dancing -- preferably all night long -- and that kind of fun-loving spirit radiates throughout their second album. The vibe may be slightly akin to Japandroids' Celebration Rock, as Love Sign revels in feel-good, hand-clapping, shout-along rock, if in more of the '70 power-pop persuasion with its lavish guitar solos and plunky cowbell ("Electric Fever," "Backscratcher"). But they also sprinkle in synths on balladic tracks like "Dance All Night" and "True Love," which prove they can do subtle romance just as well as they can rock a party.

About This Album

Philly rockers Free Energy sing a lot about dancing -- preferably all night long -- and that kind of fun-loving spirit radiates throughout their second album. The vibe may be slightly akin to Japandroids' Celebration Rock, as Love Sign revels in feel-good, hand-clapping, shout-along rock, if in more of the '70 power-pop persuasion with its lavish guitar solos and plunky cowbell ("Electric Fever," "Backscratcher"). But they also sprinkle in synths on balladic tracks like "Dance All Night" and "True Love," which prove they can do subtle romance just as well as they can rock a party.

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About This Album

Philly rockers Free Energy sing a lot about dancing -- preferably all night long -- and that kind of fun-loving spirit radiates throughout their second album. The vibe may be slightly akin to Japandroids' Celebration Rock, as Love Sign revels in feel-good, hand-clapping, shout-along rock, if in more of the '70 power-pop persuasion with its lavish guitar solos and plunky cowbell ("Electric Fever," "Backscratcher"). But they also sprinkle in synths on balladic tracks like "Dance All Night" and "True Love," which prove they can do subtle romance just as well as they can rock a party.