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I love this band! They sound like Mayday Parade :D

A Slight Relief from Anywhere But Here

Once you start playing it, you are immediantly reminded of the old Mayday Parade, but soon you find that it is also completely different from Mayday Parade. I feel that Jason is almost trying to totally remove all similarities with Mayday Parade, especially in its sound. "Thanks for Nothing" is one of my favorites on the EP, but I can't help but think it's a message to the members of Mayday, with all the "how does it feel to be the name that's on the page.." Then with the tracks 3 through 6, I find that I easily get sick of those songs. I mean, they are packed with catchy, well written choruses, loaded with guitars and drums, but let's just say too much of one thing is not good. Finally, when I reached Goodnight Moon, the song, at first, went in one ear, and came out the other. My brain tells me "wait, what just happened?" I play it again, and listen as hard as I can, and I suddenly realize that I came upon something great. In Goodnight Moon, I fall completely in love with it's melody and it's simple piano & violin parts. I would pick out Goodnight Moon over all of the previous songs combined.

If you are just looking at Go Radio to find out where those soothing, heart-touching ballads of Mayday Parade went, you'll find it in Goodnight Moon. I feel that many Mayday fans will begin to like Go Radio as it expands. However, they might find, like me, that the new sound Go Radio is trying to create is the catchy, feel good type. Jason probably has no intention to EVER, EVERR, make another sad song like those from the old Mayday. So if you are looking to find out where the heart-wrenching songs of old Mayday went, you'll have to keep looking, just like me.


they sound like mayday parade because Jason Lancaster(the lead vocalist) was in mayday parade. If you listen close enough to "Jamie All Over" you can hear the difference and figure out who is who.


Formed: 2007 in Tallahassee, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Singer/guitarist Jason Lancaster left Mayday Parade in April 2007, shortly after the band finished recording the album A Lesson in Romantics for Fearless Records. Burnt out on music and needing a break, Lancaster quickly discovered, however, that he couldn't stay away from playing for long, and by 2008 he had moved on and formed the similar-sounding Go Radio. Based in Tallahassee, Florida, he recruited bassist Matt Burns and drummer Steven Kopacz, and after going through two guitarists, the band...
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