Been around the world and back this year Told myself I wanna face this fear But I don't think I can stand on my own She's got eyes like spring, legs like the summer Everybody says she looks just like her mother But I think she wants that left alone. There's too many ways to say goodbye But it's quite the opposite this time
Around the World and Back is the second studio album from American pop punk band State Champs. On February 13, the began recording their next album. Recording lasted for 38 days. On March 27, it was announced that the group had finished recording. In April and May 2015, the group supported All Time Low on their headlining US tour. They supported 5 Seconds of Summer on their headlining arena tour in Australia and New Zealand.
The guitars stay on the offensive: Tyler Szalkowski's shrill licks snake around Tony Diaz's rhythmic strikes, and the two wrestle furiously on "Breaking Ground" and "Tooth and Nail. But vocalist Derek DiScanio's stance shifts constantly, from unapologetic on fast-paced opener "Eyes Closed" to optimistic on the sizzling hand-clapper "Shape Up" to nakedly vulnerable on the title track, an acoustic ballad with Ansley Newman. Around the World and Back State Champs. Blasting through a tight set of caffeinated pop-punk for their second album, this New York quintet nail every confusing emotion that comes with lost love and bruised egos. The guitars stay on the offensive: Tyler Szalkowski's shrill licks snake around Tony Diaz's rhythmic strikes, and the two wrestle furiously on "Breaking Ground" and "Tooth and Nail.
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Band Name State Champs. Album Name Around the World and Back. Data wpisu 14 Październik 2015. Wydawcy Pure Noise Records. Styl muzycznyPunk-Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0.
Redirected from Living Proof (State Champs album)). State Champs (stylized sometimes as STATE CHAMPS) is an American pop punk band from Albany, New York, formed in 2010. They are currently signed to Pure Noise Records and have released three EPs and three full-length albums. They released an acoustic EP titled The Acoustic Things in October 2014 and their second full-length album Around the World and Back one year later, in October 2015.
Unsurprisingly, State Champs toured the world relentlessly on the back of ‘The Finer Things’. Anyone looking for some musical variety from ‘Around the World and Back’ should avert their direction to the album’s latter half. Breaking Ground’ is the record’s (relatively speaking) heaviest track, coming complete with some fan-friendly woh woh’s. Alternately, the welcome inclusion of female vocals (courtesy of Jule Vera’s Ansley Newman), highlights the token ballad that is the title track.