8 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Hooks and heartache from the noisy Vancouver duo. Anthemic without sounding angsty, Post-Nothing strips pop-punk down to its rudiments: Two dudes, drums and guitar, plenty of yelling. The surprise is how fleet the melodies are and how catchy the songs, whether it’s the gang-chorus refrains of “Wet Hair” or the exhilarating “Young Hearts Spark Fire.” Like a rock garden, it’s all simple until, suddenly, it’s not.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Hooks and heartache from the noisy Vancouver duo. Anthemic without sounding angsty, Post-Nothing strips pop-punk down to its rudiments: Two dudes, drums and guitar, plenty of yelling. The surprise is how fleet the melodies are and how catchy the songs, whether it’s the gang-chorus refrains of “Wet Hair” or the exhilarating “Young Hearts Spark Fire.” Like a rock garden, it’s all simple until, suddenly, it’s not.

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