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Customer Reviews

Damn solid

So much more than just Forever Young, this album is really the highlight of the year so far. Will appeal to old fans and newcomers alike. Stand out tracks include Catching & Killing, Daisychains, Start Today Tomorrow and Under the Underpass (an instant classic). Try these tracks out to get a great feel for just how deep and involving this album is. Will really grow on you, it is a beautiful collection of lyrically and musically brilliant songs.

So much more than Forever Young

Once again, Youth Group delivers. It is a shame to see people judge Youth Group purely on "Forever Young", when clearly, they are so much more than that, as demonstrated in this wonderful album. The best songs, in my opinion, are "Daisychains" and "Under the Underpass". I would buy the whole album but I'm out of money!

Only a couple of good songs..

Not bad, but only two of the songs really caught my ear. catching and killing is excellent, it combines a faster pace beat to those trademark soul felt lyrics from Youth Group. Daisychains is also a beautiful song, great vocals and music. and of course forever young. I'd definately recommend you give them a try.


Formed: 1998 in Sydney, Australia

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Sydney, Australia's Youth Group originally formed around vocalist/guitarist Toby Martin and drummer Danny Allen. While the two had hooked on with various other players here and there, by the band's second full-length they'd gelled with guitarist Cameron Emerson-Elliott and bassist Patrick Matthews. Released in Australia (Ivy League) in 2004 and America (via Epitaph) in spring 2005, Skeleton Jar capitalized on the expressive vocals and nimble instrumentation that brought Youth Group comparisons to...
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