Carrington – Leaving Curves

Carrington is able to create a late-nineties and early oughts sound of pop punk from the first few seconds of their new EP, Learning Curves. There are hints of Face To Face, Mest, Taking Back Sunday and Good Charlotte. The emotional intensity of this introductory track is enough to keep listeners on the edges of their seats. Punchy drums, snotty vocals, and a dense instrumentation ensure that fans will continue to find new twists and turns even after a few spins. Bent has a bit of punk-metal grit to it due to the dynamic between the drums and guitars. The rapid-fire vocals present during this effort work well with the crunchy bass lines, making for a track that is immediately going at 100% even just a few seconds after it begins. This is our favorite track on Learning Curves, an effort that will have fans singing along even after a few plays. Continue reading “Carrington – Leaving Curves”