Punchline – ‘Lion’ – Album Review 12/04/2018 57 Punchline - 'Lion' - Album ReviewPunchline - 'Lions' - Album Review 8Punchline - 'Lions' - Album Review 8Punchline - 'Lions' - Album Review 8Punchline - 'Lions' - Album Review 8Punchline - 'Lions' - Album Review 82018-04-128Overall ScoreReader Rating: (1 Vote)8.6 Since 2004 Punchline have strived to be their own band showing their own version of pop-punk music and their latest release Lion is no different. This is the album that the band has said is what the fans have been waiting for and I’ve no doubt it won’t disappoint. Being largely self produced Punchline have been able to create something that is honest and meaningful laced with their pop punk melodies. From the first track which is also the first single to be released “Friend From The Future” the band start as they mean to go on. The track is infectious and catchy and embodies everything Punchline. The rest of the album is a combination of fast happy tracks and slower deeper ones. “It’s A New Year (Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself)” is the perfect example of this deeper slower style the band has used on the album and really showcases Steve Soboslai’s voice. But if your looking for something which hits a little harder than “Sensory Overload” provides that fast catchy sound. Another standout track which is highly catchy is “Darkest Dark” which has an upbeat feel to it yet also holds a lot of meaning to it’s lyrics. Lion is certainly an album where the band has put their energy and own style into every track. It will undoubtedly be welcomed by long time fans and with guest vocals from Matt Theissen of Reliant K and Anthony Raneri of Bayside will allow new fans to hear the uniqueness that is Punchline. Track Listing: Friend From the Future Another Tale Of Remember When Darkest Dark Dead When It Hits The Shelves Green Hills Honey This Is Nothing New Sensory Overload Cant Tell Whats Real A Friend Indeed Something Happened In 1988 It’s A New Year In The Powder Blue https://www.facebook.com/punchlinemusic/ https://rocknloadmag.com/gigs/evanescence-live-review-manchester/ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.