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On their sophomore album, these Chicago upstarts abandon pop-punk’s juvenile humor for reckless hunger and raw emotion. In its relentless, spontaneous intensity, “Isolating Everything” echoes not just Jimmy Eat World, but the earlier, more challenging emo of Sunny Day Real Estate. Meanwhile, “Mess” is a Molotov cocktail of wildness and tenderness to please any fans of Paul Westerberg and the Replacements. Even the snappy pop of “Colder Quicker” has real bite to it, while the half time rhythms of “Mokena” afford intimate access to the sandpapered surface of Dan Lambton’s voice.

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10/10 words of recommend

Real Friends never disappoint!

Sick Song!

It took me a while to get into real friends becasue they are pretty real and intense but now i listen to them all the time. for anyone trying to get into pop punk or real friends this song will help you get started. and once you do you want be able to stop listening to them!! DOPE!

This just isn't that good...

I like Real Friends. Their two EPs are still the best of their material. I enjoyed their debut album as well, it definitely had some great songs on it. But The Home Inside My Head just sounds way too dramatic. The best song on here is Colder Quicker, no question. It's fun and catchy and honestly no other song on the album comes close. Sure, they touch on some heartfelt and personal lyrics, and I can always respect that. But there's a point to where I just don't care and I don't want to hear about their problems in every song. I personally can't stand the song Mokena, it is so boring and it seems to drag on forever. They're becoming an emotional Mayday Parade esqe band. This album sceams "I'm the saddest person ever" and it gets old. They're a good band with a lot of potential but I really hope they come back next time with a punch through the floorboards.

Biography

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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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Alternative, Punk
  • Released: May 27, 2016
  • Parental Advisory

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