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Album Review

Somewhere between All-American Rejects and Lady GaGa lie the Friday Night Boys, a power-emo band from Fairfax, VA, with frat-party attitude and just a touch of dance-pop hookery. On the quartet's 2009 debut, Off the Deep End, the group easily, breezily tears through 12 tales of young lust, debauchery, and the occasional awkward moment. It's the pop-punk speed fans have come to expect from the Fueled by Ramen label, but with an emphasis on the genre's first word.


Formed: Fairfax, VA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

After logging several years as the guitarist for My Favorite Highway, Virginia native Andrew Goldstein left the lineup to start his own emo-pop band. He formed Friday Night Boys in 2006 and rounded out the lineup with bassist Robby Dallas Reider, guitarist Mike Toohey, and drummer Chris Barrett. Shows were infrequent at first; Goldstein had recently relocated to Harrisonburg for college, and his studies prevented him from booking many shows. Friday Night Boys did spend time recording their own songs,...
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Off the Deep End, The Friday Night Boys
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  • 95,00 kr
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: 14 October 2008
  • Parental Advisory

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