The Dice “Streetlights”

The Dice “Streetlights”

The Dice’s “Streetlights” is a power-punk track that calls forth comparisons to MxPx, Mest, and Good Charlotte. Hard-hitting drums, a chorus that will have listeners singing along, and a punchy set of guitars make Streetlights tremendously catchy. The vocals are able to bring on hints of Matchbox 20 and Fuel into the mix; The Dice are able to make something new and fresh while drawing to a good degree on an earlier musical tradition. With a bass line weaved through the track and a guitar not quite unlike that of mid-1990s Rancid, The Dice are situated to gain a heck of a lot of radio play this year.

The Dice “Streetlights” /

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