Sunday, July 25, 2010

The Young Veins

While the adjective Beatlesesque might be shorthand for "labouring to replicate a lost era", in the case of L.A. power-pop band The Young Veins* the word just denotes what happens when twenty-somethings take up with their parents vinyl collection.

* May contain traces of Panic! at the Disco


  1. CallPastorJerkfaceJuly 25, 2010 at 12:29 PM

    Jeez, I had no idea 2010 had so much pro-CPJ going for it.

    Is it bad that I love new bands that sound like old bands?

  2. You're gonna be interested in some of the goodies to come to!

  3. By which I mean the word "too".

  4. These guys are pretty good. There are members of Panic At the Disco in the group, but thankfully they sound nothing like them. lol

  5. A friend of mine pointed me in their direction a while ago. A few good cuts on their album.

  6. Dave
    I almost deleted the post when i learned that. It's not that I particularly dislike PATD, I just needed to make sure this wasn't some hass-affed side-project and it's not.

    I'd go so far as to say that the album is all good though only three or so songs close in on being great.

  7. I dislike PATD, and my initial reaction when I heard that was the same as yours, I had a WTF moment. lol They should stick to this stle of music.

  8. Dave
    Yeah I think they left PATD over "creative difference" and for once that's a good thing.

  9. I like their sound. Beatlesesque is a great compliment, and this tune at least earns it.

  10. I'm proud to say I'm a supporter of P!ATD AND The Young Veins. They are both brilliant.


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