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Customer Reviews


We the kings has turned into a stupid pop band. Their first cd was soooooo good then they went wayyy down hill. Come on we the kings go back to check yes juliet and not so lame techno pop bs.

… :( Disappointed.

Eh. Um. Yeah. I really, really love We The Kings.
Their songs always made me feel like summer was here. They were love songs that really MEANT something.
This? Well… this. It's them just trying to enter the mainstream and what EVERYTHING ELSE sounds like.
Listen to the lyrics… They mean nothing. I'm not sure if they were trying to make that quintessential "summer" party song or something like that, but I can safely say their previous music WAS my summer. What happened to the meaning in "Say You Like Me", or "We'll Be A Dream", or "Skyway Avenue"? Hopefully it's not gone forever.
And the "(feat. J Trill)"… really?
This sounds harsh, and pains my fingers to type, but I am a massive We The Kings fan. I mean, knowing they were at Warped sealed the deal for me going this year. I just want them to go back to the track they WERE on. This… no. Does not work. The two stars are for the acoustic, because I love We The Kings acoustic. I would give Party, Fun, Love, and Whatever 0 stars (which upsets me more than it upsets you.)


The new song, sounds terrible, auto tuned and junk, but the acoustic version is actually pretty good.


Formed: 2005 in Bradenton, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

We the Kings are a melodic emo pop band from Bradenton, Florida, a small Southern town that doubles as the home base for Tropicana orange juice. Friends since childhood (the band's moniker even refers to the name of their junior high school mascot), the four bandmates -- singer/guitarist Travis Clark, guitarist Hunter Thomsen, his brother, bassist Drew Thomsen, and drummer Danny Duncan -- formed the group while attending high school. Under the guidance of manager Bret Disend, they placed a number...
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