Was not into their old stuff at all but this was a huge watershed moment
. I don't even know if I would necessarily call it pop-punk, no less file it with a band like Real Friends. It's closer to a solid overview of the last 15 years of emo, the ironic part of that being that it just doesn't sound heartfelt enough
to me in spite of what everyone else here is saying, like these dudes were super fatigued when they tracked it or something. Still, definitely good stuff all around.