It’s the end of a work week; it’s raising a fist; it’s screaming your lungs out—it’s diving headfirst into a hundred sweaty bodies. South Carolina’s Longshot Odds captures the energy and abandon of a raging pit, a marriage of iron-heavy chords and honey-thick leads—the kind of music where the bruising comes with the chorus. Circle the Drain is a six-song EP from an exciting new voice in punk rock—but what they bring to the table is more than the same old sounds. From the metallic “Challenger,” to the grandiose and cinematic “Movin’ On,” all the way to the bouncey folk of “Blood and Asphalt”—Longshot Odds bring a diversity to their sound practically unheard of in today's skate punk scene. But above all this, Circle the Drain promises deliverance through rock ‘n roll, and Longshot Odds fight tooth and claw to deliver.
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This track especially (blue jays ties for my favorite), but this entire album was a part of one of the best adventures of my life. It was also my introduction into the folk-punk genre.. I love this album so goddamn much, each time I listen to it I find new meanings and reasons fall in love with it again, and am reminded of past moments, both wonderful and terrible.
Goddamn fucking thank you, from the peaks of heaven, the hubs of hell, and from the bottom of my heart, thank you. Son Of Acheron