I saw this record at my friends house a couple months ago and didn’t think much of it. I was going blog to blog last week looking for a bunch of new music when the familiar name came up and decided I should give it a shot. I’m glad I did because I’ve been listening to it on repeat for the past week. Intricate guitar work, with a folk punk feel to it, Good Luck is an upbeat and up and coming band that I hope to do a lot more in the coming years.
Haven’t touched this thing in a few months, time to change that. It’s hot as hell in here, check out some of these bands.
Self-loathing, failed relationships and getting fucked up. Basically that is what every song is about, and it’s great. Funny lyrics, catchy riffs and an all around good pop punk band from NY. Not all of their material but whatever.
I don’t care if you think this is some shitty goth band, this is one of the best pop punk bands or punk bands I’ve ever listened to. If you just never wanted to check them out cause they were way into goth fashion, do yourself a favor and check them out. Both vocalists compliment each others voice very well, as the heavy bass lines play against the twangy guitar riffs. The drummer is also very talented, some of the best fills in pop punk. Check everything out, something will appeal to you I’m sure. “Goddamnit” and “Maybe I’ll catch fire” are the albums I would recommend listening to first. I have not listened to Crimson or Agony and Irony so I cannot tell you how they are today but I’m currently downloading it, and I’m sure I will not be disappointed terribly.
Unsure where or what time period they’re from but it’s some really good pop punk. Some songs have ska influences, some have ramones, some have Buddy Holly influences as well. It’s all good stuff, typical pop-punk about girls and mistakes. Favorite songs have to be “Yesterdays” and “This Boy”. Give it a shot.