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Forever Endeavour

by HOY

Loud. Rock. Guitars.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. 2 Fingers Crossed
3:01 $0.99
2. No Big Deal
3:25 $0.99
3. On and On
2:52 $0.99
4. Calling Amsterdam
3:09 $0.99
5. Simplified
2:36 $0.99
6. All Over You
3:37 $0.99
7. She Thinks She Likes It
2:36 $0.99
8. Walk A Mile
2:15 $0.99
9. Calling Tokyo
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Album Notes
Finally! The record representing the band's high energy stage show. Evokes the spirit of such luminaries as The Jam, The Kinks and Ted Leo: full of fresh, hook-driven and addicting rock songs, all out now on the newly released, even more caffienated CD, Forever Endeavour.

Heck, it even features a tasty guitar cameo by our buddy Brian Baker. He once was in some band back in DC I think, among other things. Recorded both at Greg's home studio and with the notorious Mr Wohlsen in Brooklyn and mastered by West West Side, this recording is tweaked for hi-definition, stereophonic sound.

Time Out New York says 'Forever Endeavour outclasses any number of pastry-cutting pop-punk bands by not even trying to compete.'

Backstory: Our first, self-titled CD HOY was recorded and released in 2003, receiving substantial support from NYC Press and beyond, getting placement of the lead-off track 'Tested By History' on the WB Network television series 'One Tree Hill'.

We love Cheap Trick, Guided By Voices, AC/DC, Thin Lizzy, etc. You know, and all that stuff on the car radio when you were a kid.

Greg Hoy - guitars and vocals
Andy Rapoport - bass and vocals
Dave Sharma - drums



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Time Out New York

Have fast and melodic always sounded so good together?
How exactly is it that local quartet HOY sounds more together the faster it plays? The band's self-released Forever Endeavour outclasses any number of pastry-cutting pop-punk bands by not even trying to compete. Have fast and melodic always sounded so good together? Oh, really? Well then, they still do.

Pittsburgh Post Gazette

A power pop explosion!
A power-pop explosion fueled by hooks you'll swear must grow on trees outside the singer's Brooklyn window. (Ed Masley)

International Cork

Muscular with brains, brainy with muscle
Muscular with brains, brainy with muscle, Greg Hoy writes the kind of left-of-the-dial rock that the repeat button on your cd player was designed for.

Village Voice

Modly power-chorded powerpop.