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Transit’s third studio album finds the Boston quintet braiding punk-pop with indie rock and emo to create a collection of songs that sounds firmly rooted in the early ‘90s but propelled and inspired by living in the 21st century’s second decade. “You Can't Miss It (It's Everywhere)” opens sounding like a hypermelodic Superchunk. Over winding guitars and driving rhythms, Transit plays with emotional urgency as singer Joe Boynton sings in a nasal-toned voice recalling Mac McCaughan’s kid-with-hayfever inflections. The standout track “Long Lost Friends” casts a net covered with barbed hooks over clashing guitar melodies reminiscent of early recordings by Sunny Day Real Estate. In the song’s grappling chorus, Boynton’s lovelorn lyrics hint at the fact that Listen & Forgive is a breakup album. The title track follows with similarly catchy moments, as slightly detuned electric guitar arpeggios and an unforgettable chorus awaken a bygone time in college music, when plaid flannel shirts, pegged 501s, and thrashed Chuck Taylors were the uniform of bands that contrasted nearly discordant walls of sound with Velcro-catchy melodies.

Customer Reviews

Missing the best song

Can't believe the iTunes version comes without the bonus track, 'The Answer Comes In Time'....seriously one of the best guitar hooks I've heard this year.

Instant Classic

An amazing album, with little to no flaws. Transit pulls off another great album and it's worth every penny.
Listen & Forgive has restored my faith in music.

My vote for album of the year

This is a great album from a great band. Transit put together a wonderful piece of art.


Genre: Alternative

Transit were formed in Boston, Massachusetts by vocalist Joe Boynton, drummer Daniel Frazier, bassist P.J. Jefferson, and guitarists Joseph Lacy and Tim Landers. Originally an emo band, the five-piece recorded 2007's Let It Out EP and its 2008 debut full-length, This Will Not Define Us, for Barrett Records. After a switch to Run for Cover, another two releases followed: 2009's Stay Home EP and 2010's Keep This to Yourself. Lacy left in 2011, to be replaced by Torre Cioffi on guitar, and the group's...
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