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If you’ve ever read anything about Never Shout Never’s Christopher Drew, comparisons to Justin Bieber invariably surface. But Drew’s second studio album packs a slightly edgier punch than any of Bieber’s recordings to date. Much of this can be attributed to Drew’s penchant for contrasting sunny melodies with profanity-peppered lyrics that bite. “This S**t Getz Old” bobs and sways with a sing-along catchiness that rubs against rhymes lambasting a self-pitying buzz-killer. Similarly, “CheaterCheaterBestFriendEater” shines an unflattering light on an unfaithful ex over a backdrop of breezy ukuleles, playful glockenspiel and tropical percussion. “Lovesick” finds the young bard belittling a muse who toys with his emotions, as whimsical piano notes sway along with handclaps and Drew’s versatile vocal range crooning effortlessly into falsettos. Of course he still specializes in those fawning lyrics as evidenced by the folksy title-track and the endearing “Trampoline.” The Deluxe Version bonus track “Mailbox” is a live fan favorite that finally made it to the studio.

Customer Reviews

Chris drew is unbelieveable

This album is unreal, every year he keeps getting better and better, I think that even if he goes mainstream his music will still be great, he's one of the best artists we have today, seriously.

What happened to Christofer...

Seriously. I've been following him & his music since the beginning.
I became a HUGE fan of his cutesy, fun, acoustic songs.
I know everyone changes, but really? This is like, some kind of country/folk/pop/indie-wannabe music.
He's nothing like he used to be, and I've listened to every song on this album,
it's awful.
I know he's never going to go back to it, but his old stuff is so much better.


well, i heard this on his myspace when he streamed it and i was very impressed. The style is different, yet its still the same Chris Drew. Don't be turned away just because it's different from heregoesnothin and stuff. This is equally as good, if not better than previous releases. The change up in styles during the whole cd keeps it fun to listen to. The lyrics are amazing as always, just more up front and not sugar coated. Instrumentals are all real, no computers, which is also nice. Definitely my favorite release from him. BUY IT!


Formed: 2007 in Joplin, MO

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Never Shout Never began as a one-man band featuring Christofer Drew, a Missouri native whose songs straddle the border between emo and acoustic singer/songwriter fare. A product of the digital age, Drew originally built a fan base by posting his bright, soul-baring music to the Internet. After averaging over 15,000 online plays a day, he made Never Shout Never legitimate in 2008 by releasing his first recording, the Yippee EP. The Hot Topic clothing chain featured Yippee in its stores, and an appearance...
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Harmony (Deluxe Version), Never Shout Never
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Pop, Music
  • Released: Aug 24, 2010
  • Parental Advisory

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