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Farewell's New Genre

This album for Farewell, is a much deeper cut than their "Isn't This Supposed To Be Fun". They have grown in the last few years, and their music has too. They chose to completely give their all on this album, their first single "Devoid (That's What I Think About It)" is a catchy-alternative song, with a lot of twists and a mouthful of words. Marshall Davis the lead singer cuts deep on the track "Before I Wake" leads you to imagine hearing it on some teen romance movie, very sweet & musical, a favorite of mine personally. While on "Rock On The Radio" they choose to jam to the max, with some great guitar. "Catch-As-Catch-Can" describes Farewells travel over the years from small town garage band, to a new generation of punk hipsters with lines such as "I called my mom on the way from NC to L.A." representing their homestate and their road to success. "We All Fall Down" & "Drop Dead" are very grunge teen relatable songs, "A Collect Calll to Arms" really describes how "Karma can come around" for the better. "Sucker Bait", "Priorities Intact" & "Expect The Worst" round the album with rock out in your car type hits, very fun, and a little vengeful additives along the way. The last song on the album "Take It From Me" ties it up, a song that fans of Farewell couldn't imagine them doing, but the soulful vocals, and violins, make it a mid-tempo ballad & a five star listen. All in all Farewell has made it big with this album, & anyone should check it out.


I love how the secret song has a title on here... haha


This is possibly the best pop-punk record to have come in out in 2009. It's witty, filled with not only on-the-surface jokes and remarks, but also deep slices at just about anything. The production on the CD is well done, the songwriting is nearly flawless. This band is horribly underrated but their music is what sets them apart from the rest of the scene.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Hailing from Greensboro, NC, the pop-punk sextet Farewell released their first EP, Poisoning the Lark, in 2005 with the Forsaken label. Citing influences from the Beach Boys to Green Day, Farewell incorporated keyboards and layered vocals into the traditional rock penchant for dueling guitars over a rhythm section, a mixture that worked well for the band, eventually hooking the interest of the independent beacon of the punk revival, Epitaph Records, after...
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