Silverbacks - Fad
Critic Score
Based on 9 reviews
2020 Ratings: #526 / 760
User Score
Based on 38 ratings
Liked by 2 people
July 17, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Central Tones / Label
Indie Rock / Genres
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This album has a really punky feel to the indie rock sound. The songs at the beginning has this sort of spoken word style similar to The Cool Greenhouses and Sports Team. Some songs do sound like filler but the album is not too bloated.

Favourite Tracks : Dunkirk, Just in the Band, Muted Gold, Madra Uisce
The early results of a post-Car Seat Headrest indie world continue to trickle in, and once again I’m unimpressed. The elements that make Will Toledo’s music so compelling just haven’t yet translated in the young bands he’s influenced; in my book, the closest thing to a satisfying “post-CSH” album is “the first glass beach album,” which draws from a highly eclectic variety of influences to begin with. Enter Silverbacks, whose fans have been touting ... read more
Light, catchy, and fun. Fantastically enjoyable art-punk that should be an easy listen for anyone. More people should listen to it.
Good insight and great underground dance tunes.
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Track List

  1. Dunkirk
  2. Pink Tide
  3. Drink It Down
  4. Fad '95
  5. Dud
  6. Klub Silberrücken
  7. Travel Lodge Punk
  8. Just in the Band
  9. Grinning at the Lid
  10. Muted Gold
  11. Up the Nurses
  12. Madra Uisce
  13. Last Orders
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Added on: May 15, 2020