The Sons of York | Chicks, Dudes, Bad Attitudes

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Chicks, Dudes, Bad Attitudes

by The Sons of York

"Out-Weezers Weezer."
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Who You Kiddin'?
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2. I Confess
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3. Say What You Say
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4. Dance Around
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5. Some Girl
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6. Secret Love
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7. If Ya Can't Get a Girl
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When you hear The Hollies 'Dear Eloise' or The Association's 'Never My Love', you're there. It feels like 1964 and everything is black and white. It doesn't matter how young or old you are the music transports you to some idyllic scene -- in a moonlit car with your sweetheart or holding hands on a park bench.

Sons of York band mates Luke, Jake and Cody Kennerd grew up in the 90's, but their sound is a compelling throw-back to the pop music of the '60s. The brothers sing as if they sprung from an era where not a single summer day was spent indoors and online, where true love could happen in junior high -- not only after a college degree, and where music, even sad songs, made people feel good. But hidden amongst the three-part harmonies, Sons of York harbour a subtle mean streak of modern rock influences. Their sound is an undeniable blend of school-boy melody and street-fighting swagger, of soulful balladry and youthful aggression. The songs transport you down suburban streets, across worn-out fields, through crowded bars and into lonely ally-ways.

Sons of York are unique in today's music world dominated by over-the-top imagery, contrived lyricism and soulless song writing. The boys are far more interested in girls, movies and the beach than they are in the blogosphere and politics. They write songs about summer days, the girls they have known, places they've been and their home town of Winnipeg. Sons of York remind us that we are only young once, that each passing day will eventually become one of thousands of small fragments which constitute our memories, that It's our time now and that a rock and roll bar has a dance floor for a reason.

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Wyatt P

Great Record
This band is going places. They're the next big band as were the Strokes and Kings of Leon.
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