Boardroom Heroes

Boardroom Heroes
Location:Bethesda, MD (USA)
Genres:Punk / Rock
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Release DateBoardroom Heroes - New Wage
Release Date: 08/19/14
NewsExclusive: Boardroom Heroes Song Premiere
Boardroom Heroes are releasing a new EP called New Wage on August 19th via Sinking Ship Records. It...
NewsBoardroom Heroes Release New Song...
Boardroom Heroes have been announced as a part of this year's Fest lineup. If you visit their page...
NewsBoardroom Heroes Announce August Tour Dates
Boardroom Heroes have announced some August tour dates before they record a new EP with Brian...
NewsBoardroom Heroes Release Video For...
Boardroom Heroes have released a video for their song "Tomorrow Came Early," which you can view in...
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Head to the replies to check out Boardroom Heroes' music video for "Paradise," made with footage...
Album ReviewBoardroom Heroes - Boardroom Heroes
Posted by Dre Okorley on 12/13/10
The Billboard
Another Year marks the second effort by Andre and Augusto Pagliarini, collectively known as Boardroom Heroes. The album offers twelve short bursts of smart verses, sing-a-long choruses and velocity - lots of velocity. Had it been written in the late nineties, Another Year would be right at home along side NOFX's So Long and Thanks for all the Shoes and Lagwagon's Let's Talk About Feelings; but in 2012, it sounds furious and fresh.

The duo grew up splitting time between Brazil and the US, where their older brother turned them on to bands like Bad Religion and Pennywise. They ventured out to California to play in a band before rooting themselves in Bethesda, Maryland for the past several years. In 2010, they quietly self-released Boardroom Heroes, a project they wrote themselves. Over the next two years they would continue to write what would become Another Year, which was recorded by Mike Bridgett (Turnover, Let's Be Honest) at the Monster House in Waldorf, MD.

Thematically, Another Year addresses the inevitability of change - and the anxieties and hopes that stem from the unknown. The lyrics are brainy and reflective, but reeled off at a break-neck, spitfire pace. Meanwhile, the instrumentation is every bit as rapid, and every bit as carefully nuanced. The result is a rare, honest punk rock record - one that holds up well in any era.

Last Updated: 07/23/14

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