11 Songs, 34 Minutes


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4.8 out of 5

11 Ratings

11 Ratings



This band is SERIOUSLY under-rated, and to be honest that's what people love about these guys. They have serious talent and yet do not have an over-ego or desire to fit into a sterotype music label *cough* ADTR *cough*. The music they play is purely what they wanna hear and that is definatly evident in 'The Kids Can't Lose'. This album is head and shoulders above all the scratchy EP's iTunes seems to be pairing them up with. Definatly worth a buy if you're into the pop-punk scene.


Leonie Tomlinson,

A friend of mine who lives in Boston (hometown of these delightful fellows) once told me to check them out at the cockpit in Leeds... So I did and I can say that was the best gig I have ever been to. This album is so under rated it really is unfair, be opener has to be the most catchy song ever and will have you singing it for the rest of the day. While the more sombre song of Mount St Joseph is really touching and is a nice break between all the high energy pop punk these guys have to offer. I fell in love with this band the first time I heard them, I've bought shirts, shorts and jumpers, seen them every time they've played Leeds and will continue to do so as they make amazing music that makes you want to move! If pop punk if your thing then I seriously recommend this band/album. LOVE IT!

About A Loss for Words

Hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, A Loss for Words follow in the footsteps of fellow New Englanders Four Year Strong, delivering driving pop-punk from the Beantown area. Made up of singer Matt Arsenault, guitarists Nevada Smith and Marc Dangora, bassist Mike Adams, and drummer Jack McHugh, the band has a driving sound that blends pop-punk and melodic hardcore, giving the band a driving, guitar-heavy sound with plenty of melody to back it up. After a string of EPs, the band made its full-length debut in 2009 with the release of The Kids Can’t Lose before following up quickly in 2010 with Motown Classics, an album of punk covers of classic songs like the Temptations’ “My Girl” and Smokey Robinson's “Tears of a Clown.” During that time, the band gained a reputation as road dogs, touring the United States and Canada as well as the U.K. and Europe, and they even a self-booked D.I.Y. tour of Japan. In 2011 the band followed up with No Sanctuary, which found A Loss for Words rewarded for their hard work with a spot on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. ~ Gregory Heaney

    Boston, MA

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