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NJ's FRND CRCL have released the new single"LIFEOFTHEPARTY."
This song will make you feel alive as it delves into the ironic lyricism of feeling alone while being at a party. It’s somewhat of an anthem for the introverted free spirits of the world who like to have their own idea of a good idea. It’s the heaviest song FRND CRCL has to offer to date and aligns with aspects of Nirvana and UK art-pop purveyors, Blur.
The band says, “This one is for anyone who ever felt like an outcast; For anyone who ever found themselves at a party and thought wtf am I doing here?; For anyone that felt alone in a room full of people. I hope this song speaks to you as it does for us."
Be sure to keep up with these guys on Tik Tok to see their adventures being the LIFEOFTHEPARTY.
2/25 Baltimore, MD - The Depot
2/26 Fredericksburg, VA - The Rec Center FXGB
2/27 Charlotte, NC - The Milestone
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FRND CRCL, (pronounced “Friend Circle”) is the pop in pop-punk. The band first made a name for themselves with the 2020 release of their sophomore album “Internet Noise.” The release of the stand-alone singles "Joyride 2.0", "Complications" and "Quitters" followed and now the band has raised the bar even higher with their next single “LIFEOFTHEPARTY.”
What others have said about FRND CRCL:
"Get ready for some real nostalgic sounding pop punk."- All Punked Up
"If you have a soft spot for pop punk's TRL era, it's tough to deny this one."- Brooklynvegan
"Their clever lyricism and often tongue-in-cheek delivery is akin to bands that helped bring pop-punk to living rooms in the late 90s and early aughts."- Substream
"..will give you all the feels and a few laughs."- New Noise Magazine
"... a pitch-perfect throwback to mid 90s pop punk: harmonic gang choruses, palm-muted riffs, snotty vibe and all."- A Journal Of Musical Things
"FRND CRCL is back with another banger."- The Girls At The Rock Show
"Blink-182, Simple Plan, and Sum 41 come to mind when listening to the song’s dynamic punk melodies and forever-young invincibility."- Dusty Organ
"Vaguely reminiscent of Blink-182, Stuttering guitars precede the harmonics ramping up, riding a crunching beat, while the bridge leading to the chorus is where the music really takes off, pushing out heft energy and gleaming textures of growling/shimmering riffs."- Rawkus
"They clearly pull influence from the classic sound of the late 1990’s/early 2000’s era, but they’ve also given it a modern flare in just enough of the right ways to allow this to hold up for today’s era and walk proudly alongside the current pop-punk resurgence."- All Ages Zine
"...a fun exploration into the ‘punkier’ realms of the genre, packing angst driven lyrics and roaring instrumentals to create something truly basked in nostalgia."- Reckless Music