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Exciting 2nd Album

Over the last few years, I've kept tabs on this band. From the time my friend told me about them the day before they played a show in Albany(NY), to their first respectable album and now finally seeing them focus and strengthen their musical powers to gift us with this jewel. It makes me happy I was a small part of it. This album is tons of fun right from the beginning. Agile, stylistic, and powerful, the hits don't stop, and with plenty of cross-genre inclusions, this is an album that rises above its genre audience. Each song has something new to offer while the album still retains a strong identity; an identity of hitting you with sick guitar licks and meaning-soaked lyrics. Hell yes.

just awesomeness

i must admit - i loved insanity later and felt that it would be hard to go above and beyond that record and that feeling still stands.. i was impressed with many tracks on this album and especially the seemless ska/dance/whatever parts folly loves to add... stand out tracks were "forfeit sundials" "broken" "bonfire of the manatees" and "false evidence appearing real" Also, this album has very nice guest vocals by other singers, such as paulson and my bitter end... jon is definetly an amazing lyricist to boot (probably a big reason why some songs get stuck in my head)


This may be the most under-rated band around. All of these guys are very talented and i just wish there was more to listen to. 3 thumbs up.


Formed: 1997 in Wantage, NJ

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Although Folly began in the mid-'90s as a fairly typical ska-punk band somewhat in the mold of Sublime, changing musical trends and lineup shifts have turned the New Jersey quintet into more of a post-hardcore punk band with metal influences that largely overshadow the ska pulse that remains at the songs' core. Formed in suburban New Jersey in 1997 by high school friends Agim Colaku and Geoff Towle, Folly gigged around the area with an ever-shifting lineup based around the pair of guitarists; the...
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