Lost In Society - Eager Heart
Review by Dom Vigil
Eager Heart, the new EP from alternative punk band, Lost In Society couldn’t arrive at a more perfect time. Filled to the brim with punchy instrumentals and gritty vocals, Eager Heart will make you long for hot summers, long drives and hanging out with friends.
With an aggressive edge similar to artists like I Am The Avalanche and Red City Radio, there’s a biting tone to Lost In Society’s sound on this EP that’ll make you want to both sing along and get up and move. The title track is a perfect example of this, complete with catchy “Woah”s in the chorus alongside high energy, aggressive verses. Some of the strongest moments on Eager Heart are a product of this contrast, like the clean vocals alongside a gritty bass tone on “Creature” or even the slight change in sound between the first two energetic songs and the slightly slower “Stop Me Again” and “Fuck Boy.”
No matter the change in mood or sound, the driving force behind each song on Eager Heart is the sharp, pounding drums and passionate, aggressive vocal work. This, coupled with catchy guitar work and gritty bass makes for a relentless release that never once lets up or slows down too much. There is absolutely no filler on Eager Heart. Instead, Lost In Society have provided fans with five incredibly tight sounding, high energy tracks that’ll serve as the perfect soundtrack to the summer.
LISTEN TO: "Creature"
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