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Who Wants the Future?

Mason Summers

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The Maryland-based trio Mason Summers taps into the defiant spirit of early punk rock on the pugnacious and thought-provoking Who Wants the Future?. The group is loudly and proudly Christian in content, using its brash attack to drive home messages of struggle and rebirth. Guitarist Mikey Scars and bassist Lydia Danger infuse their vocals with plenty of bratty attitude, tempered with a sense of spiritual mission. Tracks like “Battleflag” (a garage-rock rewrite of “Onward, Christian Soldiers”) and “You Really Bring Me Along” (jazzed up with blasts of saxophone) are rousing anthems of ferocious faith. Moody thrash workouts (“Pedestal”), Motown-style grooves (“Lonely Planet”) and reggae excursions (“Two or More”) add sonic variety. What’s consistent lyrically is a refusal to conform to the ways of a materialistic world – as Scars puts it in “Fall to Pieces”: “I’m happy to be different, I’m happy to be strange.” All told, Who Wants the Future? is one of the most invigorating expressions of Christ-centered punk since the early days of MxPx.

Customer Reviews

Mason Summers AWEsome

U gotta get this album it is amazing!!

Diversity and Originality

The album takes you through a musical journey through a many different landscapes of musical genres. The album starts off with a unique explosion of electric guitar and drums which immediately catches your attention. Pride offers a bass rift that is solid and the drums blend well with the beat. The lyrics are especially captivating as the vocals alter between two vibrant personalities that are captured in each song. This album is a splendid approach in the christian music industry and I look forward to hearing more.

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sound ok for punk lol i know the drummer goes to my school

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