It’s safe to say I thoroughly enjoyed the throwback to the early 00’s listening to this EP, felt quite nostalgic of those times spent at the weekend in the sun with friends, dressed up in a sort of fashion that terrified the elderly… The teenage angst in me is alive.
Perseverance is a delightful 5 part EP, each song unique in its own but still maintaining those lovable pop punk vibes that fans of the genre have grown to love over the years and years of its progression through the ages. It’s pretty easy to see the inspiration behind this album, it’s about a mix of them tough times that i’m sure a lot of us have gone through and battling on to overcome them. So the title Perseverance really fits well and can definitely be seen to be relatable in one way or another to a vast audience.
The EP is well laid out kicking it off with Won’t Settle and transitioning nicely through right to My Own Way, each song bringing something unique to the table, taking you on an individual journey through the trials and tribulations of life and basically kicking them in the teeth, in a truly enthusiastic manner. Reverse being probably my favourite, more relatable song out of the list, getting deep up in here. Despite me picking a favourite, each song does have all the desired qualities of pop-punk thrown in to one big mixing pot with a hint of inspiration from bands like Neck Deep to form, from my perspective given this being the bands first EP, a very solid setlist.
The full EP is available on spotify which I have kindly copied in to this review for your listening pleasure. I’m looking forward to seeing where this group will head as I believe they’ve built a very solid foundation for themselves. Looking at their YouTube content and seeing the making of one of their, they look to have formed a solid bond. If you want to support the band further you can visit their website here.