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Love Like This

The Summer Set

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Album Review

The Summer Set's five members had barely graduated high school before releasing this major-label debut, and Love Like This takes most of its content from an array teenaged topics: young love, weekend parties, road trips, and the like. Most of the songwriting duties are handled by the bandmates themselves — guest producers Sam Hollander and Dave Katz (better known as S*A*M & Sluggo) are the only outside contributors to receive a byline — and the music merges emo-pop and alternative rock with punky, brash energy. Frontman Brian Dales' lyrics may be too risqué for adult listeners, but those who focus on the supersized choruses will find this to be a promising debut.

Biography

Formed: 2007 in Scottsdale, AZ

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Co-founded by brothers John and Stephen Gomez, the Summer Set took shape in 2007 in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Gomez siblings rounded out their lineup with guitarist John Montgomery, drummer Jess Bowen, and vocalist Brian Dales, and the teenagers chose their band's name after opening an atlas and happening upon the town of Somerset, New Jersey. Despite the East Coast reference, Arizona proved to be the Summer Set's muse, and the group took inspiration from such local acts as Jimmy Eat World and the...
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