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With their latest album The Fear In Love, Dont Look Down have departed from the world of adolescent pop/punk, this time exploring a darker, less traveled road. “There will always be some pop-punk influences there, but this is not a pop-punk record,” mulls front man Ryan Ogren, “It’s darker, lyrically and musically, than anything we have done in the past.”

Together since high school, and still only in their early twenties, Dont Look Down have earned their stripes as relentless road-dogs, sharing stages nationwide with the likes of Yellowcard, Simple Plan, RUFIO, New Found Glory and endless others since releasing their debut full-length Start The Show in early 2002.

With their honest and evolving style (a compelling and unique blend of pop/punk energy and dark, driving rock…played with precision and intensity) and impressive appetite for touring, Dont Look Down’s hard work was paying off: the band sold over 5,000 copies of their Five EP, produced by Will Salazar (Fenix TX), on their own in a matter of months, Nitro Records snapped them up in 2003 and recently matched the band up with Brian McTernan for their sophomore album. The Fear In Love is Dont Look Down’s next step in their sonic evolution.


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  • cartero_akd

    Quien quiera este disco que me envie un correo y les envío un link

    4 Apr 2012 Reply
  • mgstatic91

    So much better than Runner Runner!

    26 Jun 2011 Reply
  • surfbro16

    i just found my old DLD self titled cd, yessss!!!!

    10 Apr 2010 Reply
  • poppunknerd182

    Start The Show belongs in any pop-punk collection.

    22 Dec 2009 Reply
  • na_punk

    no los conocia pero suena rebien guys

    27 Oct 2008 Reply
  • xScriiimohx

    FOLLOW is the best =D

    4 Oct 2008 Reply
  • tylerduke

    the fear in love is one of my all time favorite albums. it reminds me of midtown and take this to your grave. this band puts most of today's pop punk bands to shame.

    2 Sep 2008 Reply
  • Ediiiii

    COME TO BRAZIL! haha =/

    19 Feb 2008 Reply
  • predictableann

    Is there anybody who has theri songs? I can't find them anywhere. Maybe someone would like to send me some songs? I would send some mp3s too. I like them.

    17 Dec 2007 Reply
  • J-nell

    I have not listened to this band in years!!!!! I saw them at a hole in the wall venue 6-7 years ago bought one cd a couple of tee's and never heard tell of them again. I love their early work and I guess I need to catch up . . .

    14 Dec 2007 Reply
  • r-o-s-s

    emo..huh?.. yeah and pretty typical stuff aswell. i bought the album back in the day based on the pop-punkier stuff and was mightily disappointed. ah well Wake Me is still gold.

    30 Nov 2007 Reply
  • Satoshi-hikari

    Right Where it Hurts!

    11 Apr 2007 Reply
  • ntlpunk

    RIP. love these guys so much!

    2 Apr 2007 Reply
  • b1thth3b14ck

    Why did they break up? I heard their drummer left and a kid I know was apparently offered the job but he couldn't leave high school because of his family. Who knows if it's true cause I basically hate that kid but it's possible. Just curious if it was because of line up issues...

    4 Mar 2007 Reply
  • xRockerChique

    These boys broke up. Ryan's now in Over It. <3

    4 Mar 2007 Reply
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