• Artist: Punchline
  • Title: Seventy
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Rock - Punk/Pop-Punk, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Aggressive/Edgy
  • Speed: Very Fast (160 +)
  • Instruments: Distorted Guitar (Heavy, Aggressive), Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 7/13/2011
  • Lyric themes: Truth Honesty, Music/Art, Determination, Hope, Happiness Joy
  • Lyrics: You won’t find songs of hopelessness on this record and you won’t find songs that leave you feeling lost. Just press play and feel your problems melt away, because what else should the music in you do? There are nights I can’t remember where I woke up on the floor, I’ve seen friends become successful and then be a friend no more. I’ve had my share of heartache and felt like throwing in the towel, but one thing is for sure - I’m feeling good right now. We are well aware of what we're doing here. We are astronauts with instruments, without a single fear of the unknown. Had a vision in the days of Laga, it was a platinum dream and a touring saga. We shot for the moon and missed, so we discovered our own planet. I'm coming for you in the morning, choose to: Ignore us/Adore us - you're what keeps us hanging on, but you're also what keeps us hanging.
  • Keywords: aggressive, rock, Bass, Guitar

About Punchline


Pittsburgh, PA United States

Punchline are delightfully pleased.

Pop and punk are two descriptive terms for music that have been thrown around loosely over the past decade or so. Every group of cute 20-something major label poster boys with Marshall half stacks and predictable, cringe-worthy love songs often get tagged "pop punk", leaving bands like Pittsburgh's Punchline understandably trying to get as far away from the term as possible. Punchline may, however, be the perfect example of what pop-punk SHOULD be. Pop, in ...

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