First Impressions: There for Tomorrow – A Little Faster

First Impressions is a segment where we let you into our early thoughts on a highly anticipated album, This week, we have our early views on There For Tomorrow’s A Little Faster. It drops June 9th.

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The competition for this year’s All Time Low is on. Which pop rock group will become the new scene kings in 2009? Well, I have been proclaiming a few bands this year, but some new heavyweight have tossed their record into the mix. There For Tomorrow’s debut full length A Little Faster doesn’t tread too far from the ground covered on their debut EP, but there’s a sense of maturity that really carries the record. Vocalist Maika Maile has a new edge to his voice that makes every song a bit more powerful than before. Additionally, these songs feel a bit more “filled out” than those on the EP. Tracks like, “Wish You Away,” “Just In Time,” and, “The World Calling,” seem to pull out all stops to create a great song. Currently, it seems like every track could be a single, but that the band didn’t set out with this in mind. It all flows and never takes shortcuts for accessibility. If you thought this band was a fly by night group, it’s time to think again. If you are on the other side and thought the EP was terrific, just wait, it gets so much better.

James Shotwell

James Shotwell is the founder of Under The Gun Review. He loves writing about music and movies almost as much as he loves his two fat cats. He's also the co-founder of Antique Records and the Marketing Coordinator for Haulix. You should probably follow him on Twitter.

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