The Abruptors Gives Us Total Ska Goodness With New Album “Noticeably Cheerless”

We promised ourselves we would be nice and calm with our review for Buffalo based The Abruptors and their new record “Noticeably Cheerless. But…. We pushed play and as soon as we heard the first track “Best Wishes And Warmest Regards “ we couldn’t contain our excitement. Truth be told we have been super psyched about this record for a while.

You can listen to “Noticeably Cheerless on Spotify Here and on Apple Music Here

Even though “Best Wishes And Warmest Regards “ is a song about someone you are happy to see leave , it has a melody that is upbeat and fun . We love the Chris Graue directed video it’s wacky and extremely entertaining. You can watch below

We were instantly smitten with “The Selfish “ The Abruptors write insanely catchy songs that provide the perfect soundtrack to life.

Vocalist, saxophonist, and keyboardist, Toni LaMantia said about Noticeably Cheerless, “Heavy lyrics can transcend no matter what type of music you’re listening to. It’s all about how you shape it.”

If we had to pick a favorite track off of the new record ( Which is so hard !!!) It would have to be “ Waiting Forever “ We really felt a connection with this track . The melody is absolutely brilliant and even though the track deals with loneliness we couldn’t help but feel the energy on this one . You can check out the video for “Waiting Forever “ below

“Noticeably Cheerless” is an absolutely spectacular collections of songs .We may have to replace a few floors in the office because, we would put on the record and it was an instant dance party. It truly is a record that you can listen from start to finish without skipping a single track . So find a spot where you can dance your heart out with The Abruptors ( made up of Mike Geraci , Lead vocals/ guitar,Toni LaMantia , Lead vocals,keys,saxophone, TJ Izzo , valve trombone, Alex Schultz , drums, and Kyle Gustafson,trumpet,trombone

Photo- Chris Graue

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