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Even though it's called an "EP", it's basically an album (it has 7 tracks). Real friends is one of my favorite bands, and this album did not disappoint. I couldn't wait for this to come out, and now I can't stop listening to it. I would highly recommend this album if you're a fan of traditional pop punk, with real meaning. This album has so much energy and passion that it just puts you in such an awesome mood, and you can't stop listening to it! Definitely another amazing album by Real Friends that is worth every penny and much more!


Absolutely love your sound. Really unique!

Real friends!!!

I feel like this is one of those things that will be on repeat until my family literally breaks my phone.. A+


Formed: 2010 in Tinley Park, IL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Emo punk-pop group Real Friends were formed in 2010 in Tinley Park, Illinois, a suburb on the South Side of Chicago, by bassist/lyricist Kyle Fasel and guitarist Dave Knox. Heavily inspired by bands such as Brand New and the Starting Line, the group's introspective, cathartic songs featured lyrics that often addressed physical and mental health issues, as well as the troubles of moving on. Also featuring vocalist Dan Lambton and drummer Aaron Schuck, Real Friends recorded debut EP This Is Honesty,...
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