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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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Bittersweet.

So sad to hear the this will be Yellowcard's final album together. But such a great experience to see them grow from basic punk to master crafters.

The evolution of Yellowcard was like nothing any other band has had. Every album spoke to my brother and I in its own way since we were kids.
These albums got me through relationships that started and failed. These albums made me pick up a guitar and drum sticks. They made me learn to sing. They made me learn to sing and write songs. They inspired me to preform in front of people.

From the bottom of my heart, thank you, guys.

Much love forever,
Erik

Swan Song

I've been a fan since I was 8 when I heard ocean avenue for the first time on the radio. I grew up with these guys and this album will be a perfect goodbye from them. Thank you for all the wonderful years.

softer than i'd like

wish it wasn't such a sad motif to the songs. and 75 reviews before the album even drops!? 1st reviewer to actually hear all the songs

Biography

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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