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Better Than Ever: Finch and Yellowcard Find Renewal on Spring Tour

As captivating of a notion as it is, rebirth is a tricky endeavor for any band. Not only do you risk alienating a loyal fanbase, but such an undertaking also requires an immense amount of talent to boot. 754 more words

Pop Punk

Gigs, gigs, gigs!

Last week was totally hectic, and that was mostly thanks to the two gigs and one band interview I had to do in the space of three days! 96 more words


Interview: Yellowcard @ Electric Factory

Before Yellowcard took the stage at Electric Factory this week, lead singer Ryan Key drank coffee and fought illness with us on a couch backstage.


Yellowcard-Lift A Sail- Review

This is certainly not the same high energy pop-punk band that released the platinum selling “Ocean Avenue” in 2003. Lift a sail is certainly the work of a band maturing and getting better with age. 392 more words

Yellowcard Come Out Swinging with Lift A Sail

After a long year of touring and riding out the wave of their acoustic rerelease of their first album “Ocean Ave.” Florida native and Los Angles based Yellowcard are back with their anticipated fall release “Lift a Sail.” Almost two years after their last full length release “Southern Air” the new album is true to the original Yellowcard sound. 469 more words


Yellowcard - Lift a Sail - Album Review

The boys of Yellowcard are back at it!

Yellowcard’s newest offering, Lift a Sail, has hit the shelves and man is it an interesting direction for the group. 680 more words


Review: Yellowcard - Lift a Sail

The old adage, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” certainly holds water in many situations, perhaps most notably amongst music fans who grow to love the signature sound of their favorite band. 1,002 more words