Gatsby’s American Dream

  Another band hard to label, Gatsby’s American Dream mixes pop, punk and emo with post-hardcore and alternative, to create intelligent emo-core.  Their 2003 release “Ribbons and Sugar” is loosely based on Orwell’s “Animal Farm,” and the song I want you to listen to is the last track, “Counterfeit Language.”

Click here, and choose “Counterfeit Language” from the playlist!

If you like emo, or punk, or post-hardcore, or any type of “smart” rock, enjoy GAD!

Stay underground,

GG

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~ by beatlezfan32 on May 6, 2008.

One Response to “Gatsby’s American Dream”

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