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The pop-punk icons close up shop with their 10th and final album. Yellowcard, best known for their 2004 hit single “Ocean Avenue,” sign off with a self-titled LP that perfectly captures their youthful spirit and earnest angst. “Fields & Fences,” a seven-minute song built around wistful harmonies and the band's signature violin, is a fittingly emo farewell.

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Thanks YC

I've been a yellowcard fan since early high school and this album is everything we'd want it to be. Thanks YC. We owe you. Nothing but love, from Salt Lake.

Far from memorable

There is just not much memorable with this album. I've listened through it a few times and nothing really seems to stick out, which is so strange for Yellowcard. To call it mediocre is to give the album some sort of menial flavor that it just lacks. I'm honestly so disappointed in the bland lyrics and recycled arrangements.

Sad Times

I was completely and utterly shocked and crushed when I heard this would be Yellowcard's final album. In my opinion... So many other bands wouldn't have come together without Yellowcard. This band has made a huge mark on my life and has changed it for the better. I am so grateful for what this band has done for me and I will never forget about it.

Forever passing on the Yellowcard legend,
Xoxo Bella 🎶


Formed: 1997 in Jacksonville, FL

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The punk-inspired quintet Yellowcard formed in Jacksonville, Florida in 1997 but didn't solidify their lineup until a move to Southern California in early 2000. Comprised of vocalist/guitarist Ryan Key (who had briefly played with Cali-based Craig's Brother), vocalist/violinist Sean Mackin, guitarist Ben Harper, drummer Longineu Parsons, and bassist Warren Cooke, the band officially debuted on wax in 2001 with One for the Kids (Lobster) and returned a year later with the Underdog EP for Fueled by...
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