It's like this: Latterman rules. With shouted vocals, screaming guitars and pounded drums, No Matter Where We G. .is filled with positive, community-minded, socio-political discussion and delivered with an electrifying, reckless abandon. This is the-air, dance-around, catchy-as-hell punk rock that's sung from the gut and comes from the heart. But punk never sounded THIS good, nor delivered such a timely message. These songs are flat-out impossible to forget, with captivating singalongs and infectious choruses at every turn . Really really good album for anyone who appreciates rocking and melodic punk.
Well, their sophomore album, No Matter Where We G. is a quite superb effort from a band that seems to be the odd-man out in their local scene. Probably Latterman’s best quality is the sheer enjoyment factor inherent in their music. The album is chalk full of catchy choruses, sing along chants, and plenty of hooks. Granted, this band is no Panic! At the Disco, as their sound is much less polished and refined. Latterman shows probably better than any other band out there that music can be catchy while not feeling cheap or forced
A young, earnest post-hardcore quartet from Long Island, Latterman have a strongly worded commitment to lyrical positivity in response to the mewling solipsism of most emo bands. Besides dedicating their album to "anyone who recognizes and struggles against patriarchy, homophobia, racism, alienating wage labor, and any other of our world's many flaws," singer/lyricists Matt Cannino and Phil Douglas fill their lyrics with a good balance of strident calls for action and community mixed with only the barest minimum of smug finger-pointing.
Album · 2005 · 12 Songs. See All. We Are Still Alive. Turn Up the Punk, We'll Be Singing.
Latterman’s seminal record No Matter Where We G.turns ten years old this week. The album didn’t redefine the wheel, or change the national scene in the way that the bands that came before them did. But for the East Coast punk community that took in Latterman’s influence, from their melodic sing along punk to the radical politics that lay underneath the record’s lyrical themes, to the gigantic tree of remarkable bands that blossomed once they called it quits in 2007, their second album defined a generation. If they had started around four or five years ago, they might be seeing a level of success similar to any of the bands that they formed afterwards, like RVIVR or Iron Chic. Although other bands like Against Me! and Strike Anywhere were starting to build an audience around this time, the early 2000s were decidedly not an era where socially conscious punk thrived.
Besides dedicating their album to "anyone who recognizes and struggles against patriarchy, homophobia, racism, alienating wage labor, and any other of our world's many flaws," singer/lyricists Matt Cannino and Phil Douglas fill their lyrics with a good balance of strident calls for action and community mixed with only the barest minimum of smug finger-pointing.
Yo, Get Into It. Latterman. No Matter Where We G.04. This Project Is Stagnant (Get It Out Of My Face).05. Dear Boys, Latterman.06. An Ode To Jon Contra, Part 2.07. Fear And Loathing On Long Island.08. Video Games And Fantasy Novels Are Fucking Awesome! Latterman.09. Zombies Are Pissed.10. We're Done For.
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