Wow! Yesterday was such a great release day for music! Californian band, The Story So Far, released their second album: What You Don't See. Actually listened to it when I was in the bus this morning on my way to college... Oh you don't care? I agree. Still telling my life: I might see them in Paris next month, and I'm definitely seeing them at Slam Dunk. It's a great album, 11 songs, but it goes so fast. Not even 45 minutes. That's the only bad point of this album.
Released yesterday too, A Rocket To The Moon, with the well expected Wild And Free. Currently listening to it while I'm writing this post. It's brilliant, perfect. Not at all the same genre of sound as in The Story So Far's new album, but I'm very open minded when it comes to music. Also, they'd better hurry and come play in Paris. They never came yet!
Last but not least, Cartel. Yes, Sara reviewed it in five points here. But I still want to share my feelings about Collider. I'll be honest, I've never relly listened to them. I've known them when the band was playing with Hey Monday, I think? Also when All Time Low talked about them at the concert when Don't Panic was released, in the video of NYC show. Anyway, this album is very catchy, even if I haven't finished it yet.
So, open iTunes, Amazon, or whatever, and download these albums right now, and put them on your iPod!