City Lights - EP - City Lights
- Genre: Alternative
- Release Date: 2016-09-09
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 6
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City Lights - EP - City Lights User Reviews
Such a surprise
I've been a diehard fan of City Lights for a very long time. You could say they are my favorite band. I was very reluctant to listen to this and very skeptical of it because of all of the events that took place after the release of "The Way Things Should Be."
That being said, this album though rather different than previous albums, is one of, if not my favorite of their albums. It's such great pop-punk and the lyrics are traditional City Lights brand lyrics and I love it. The acoustic song "Learn to Say Goodbye" is very well done and Oshie's raspy grunge-like voice fits so well with the emotion of the song. 5 stars....5 stars.
By Jk vocalist
City lights is now introducing their self-titled album and bringing a massive wallop of ferocity and prodigiousness to unflappable songs that will remain in your playlist forevermore, especially "Strangers". Good gravy, pop punk has been aggrandizing throughout the industrious music scene, significantly catchy and fun. "In it to win it" and "The way things should be" were equally phenomenal with versatility and cohesion. Technically, once I save enough iTunes money, this album's a definite keeper by pressing purchase. Adieu everyone and remember, stay awesome to what the future upholds for musical genius.
By far the Best
Over the years of listening to city lights the tone changed and the emotion really started to show through, this is really some next level production.
This will definitely be on my daily playlist for a long time!
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