Album review by Savanah Ruiz, pictures provided by Life in Idle
Life in Idle is bursting into the pop punk music scene with their debut album, She’s Out to Get Me. A pop-punk band from Kettering Ohio that hopes to break barriers within the music industry, this release shows they are well on their way.
Throughout the album, you can hear the influences, such as Blink-182, but you can also tell that this band is discovering their own voice. She’s Out to Get Me has a unique sound to it, and it seems to be the perfect album if you want to get in the mood for the summer. Whether you’re chilling at the beach or listening from the comfort of your home, this release is great to jam out to.
Life in Idle has been writing music for five years, and while some may have given up, this band has persevered and shown that they want to be here and are ready to make a name for themselves.
“Wasted Breath” and “State of Mind” are two tracks that really stand out and show the true potential of Life in Idle. Listening to these songs, you can see the passion and creativity within this band is prominent, and there is a lot of room to grow in the near future.
After listening to She’s Out to Get Me, it is clear that there is “no where to go but up from here” for this group of young talented musicians. So, next time you’re headed to the beach or looking for some new pop punk bands, make sure to check this album out since this band is definitely one to keep an eye on.
Life in Idle plans to hit the road this Spring with the “You vs Yesterday Colourshow Spring Tour”! Make sure to check out their facebook (facebook.com/lifeinidle) as well as listen to She’s Out to Get Me on iTunes, bandcamp, Spotify, and Soundcloud.