Reputation by Single By Sunday: Review
The potential and energy of the band Single By Sunday may just be unstoppable. Their punk rock track “Reputation” is a melodically rebellious number guaranteed to ignite the youthful essence inside you. The track is the very definition of my childhood evident from the crunchy guitar pieces to exciting vocals that pay homage to punk giants such as Blink 182 and Sum 41.
As ecstatic as the sound of “Reputation” may be, there are a few sentimental transitions here and there. Due to this diversity, the wholeness of the music is felt and undoubtedly the theme of high-intensity punk rock is still prominent. The singer’s voice pertains to an edgy tone with a whole slew of attitude thrown in there. Some say this era of rock and roll faded away when it certainly didn’t according to the band in the spotlight today. The raging blood-pumping force of the music from the 2000s may feel like eons ago, yet Single By Sunday’s aesthetic keeps that spirit alive.
Exceptional in their groove, my favorite bits were from the guitar solo and the captivating chorus sections. About the solos, was that a treat to hear! From shredding to distinct melodic patterns, the entire segment resonated with me deeply and took me to the good old days of headbanging like a maniac to my favorite kinda music. “Reputation” is filled with raw emotions and a tremendous amount of musical grit.
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Photo credits: Marc Sharpe Visuals
Review by: Damien Reid