when the fuck did they drop the exclamation marks? are they as good as when they stopped calling themselves the jolly rogers? love to see these guys with a fan base, they'll never EVER top "i love you all the time" in my eyes though!
My copy is still in the mail. But... Fall Out Boy comparison? Sounds ridiculous. However enough people have said it that I'm intrigued as to what Fall Out Boy elements could possibly be in an Oh No! Oh My! record.
"The feeling is that these guys went into a studio with no time tables, no schedules, and simply wrote terrific pop songs. Coming up with the next hot sound is great. But there’s plenty to be said for mastering existing brands." http://www.bingelistening.com/reviews/oh-no-oh-my-people-problems/
Um...I just listened to the new album, and it is absolutely NOTHING like Fall Out Boy so that was a pretty awful comparison. It is far from that mainstream pop rock garbage. The new album is so different from their previous work, but it's because they've matured as musicians. They're developing their sound, and I admire it.
Am I the only one that digs the new album? Maybe I just wasn't listening to it in the same context as you guys... I'd not listened to them much before so I had no expectations... Either way, love the new one.