Stay Loud

Stay Loud (Alternative Rock/Pop Punk) - Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania

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"Fck Yrslf" Single Review
The second single off their forthcoming album, Stay Loud's in your face "Fck Yrslf" is here for your listening enjoyment. Let's dive in and see how it fares compared to their previous "Overboard" single. The track cranks right in with a high energy sound and doesn't let up during the first verse. The chorus goes all in and conjures up more of a Hard Rock feel than the previous single. It's faster, harder and more intense than most of their previous material. The track's chorus is pretty catchy and should get head boppin along in no time. The guitar solo combine with some gang vocals later on before the bridge, which is a nice touch. The chorus kicks back in to wrap things up nicely before the off the rails ending. Their new album can't come soon enough!

Stay Loud get even louder with their newest single "Fck Yrslf".

"Overboard" Single Review
Stay Loud's newest single "Overboard" is out and enticing Pop Punk lovers everywhere to listen. Let's tell you why you need to check it out. The single kicks off with a wall of Rock sound. The vocals kick in while the bouncy instrumentation keep it going at a nice clip. The chorus is easily sing-able and will catch the ear of the listener. There's some harsh vocals added for effect before the second verse begins. The bridge dips the track down before eventually erupting into a massive explosion of catchiness. The track closes out with the highly infectious chorus. This is a band you should keep your eyes and ears on for the foreseeable future.

Catchy doesn't even begin to describe the new single from Stay Loud.

"The Basement" EP Review
Stay Loud are an up and coming band from Pennsylvania that are looking to continue the trend of incredible Pop Punk music that comes from the Keystone state. Let's dive in and tell you why they succeed in doing just that. "Basement" kicks things into high gear right away. The track is pure energy. There's a slight early Green Day vibe on the track. It's fast paced but easily sing-able and bouncy. It's a tremendous opener that helps set the catchy tone. "Goodbye" was a single and showcases perfectly why. The crunchy Pop Punk riffs bring to mind early New Found Glory and their high accessibility. The chorus soars while the instrumentation rocks out and keeps things moving at a high clip. The track even features a stellar guitar solo as well. "Drifting" is a different type of Punk sound. The rollercoaster Pop Punk sound is stunning and keeps the listener on their toes. The melodies and instrumentation work together in unison to form a track that should be a hit in no time. "Coming Home" has more of an Alternative Rock feel as it veers into high energy Rock territory. The track launches itself into the upper atmosphere and stays up their with its incredible vocals and upbeat sound. "Alone" closes out the EP in acoustic fashion. The track is emotional, passionate and really wraps up the EP in a manner which will pull at the heartstrings of Pop Punk fans. All of the tracks on this EP are extremely radio friendly. Anyone who's remotely into Pop Punk should check these guys out immediately.

Stay Loud crank up the Pop Punk intensity to 11 with their "The Basement" EP.