Radios Burn Faster





Read Yellow are the next big thing from the label that brought you Longwave, and more recently, Gerling. This Boston-based quartet burst onto the scene last year with the release of a self-titled EP that garnered praise from a number of media outlets, including this one. Radios Burn Faster is the band's debut full length album and it finds them, with the help of Paul Q. Kolderie (Radiohead, Hole), taking their music to the next level. Having spent the last year growing their fan base through a steady diet of touring with top names like Mission Of Burma, Division Of Laura Lee, Thursday, and more, Read Yellow are now looking to make a serious impact on their own. Radios Burn Faster is just the album to do it. Packed with loud, noisy, in your face rock music, this album is a garage/hardcore/rock & roll roller coaster from start to finish. Definitely not an album to relax to, Radios Burn Faster invokes an immediate body-moving reaction from the listeners. Songs like, "Fashion Fatale," "Modern Phobias" and hell, most of the others, are a vestibule where rock fans come to get their fill of power chords, fierce guitar licks and pounding, driving drum explosions. "The Art" has been selected as the album's first single and with good reason. It's one of those songs that will get lodged in your brain for days, only making you you crave more. In fact, at this very moment, I'm chanting the chorus.

Read Yellow
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Radios Burn Faster