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Daylight – One More Fight | Album Review

Pop punk four piece Daylight encapsulate pop punk with new album and artwork. Find out what we thought of it here.

Source: Album Artwork

Source: Album Artwork

Who knew Barcelona would be great in pop punk exports? Foursome Daylight are proving this is the case with their third full length release, One More Fight. Just the album artwork holds so much promise of the music its promoting. The instant force of the opening track packs a punch, echoing the cover image. And there’s no better way to convey the energy and emotion of the genre than the juxtaposition of fire and rain.

Another Day‘ is a great track to use to reflect both sides of the music, with an acoustic introduction which continues as an undertone to upbeat rock music. As with a lot of pop punk though, the emotion really comes through in the lyrical content. With lots of inspirational about about living for yourself and staying strong, it’s really going to connect with the generation of pop punk fans created by bands like Paramore and All Time Low.

Just the title of ‘We Are Strong‘ tells you this is going to be a rousing track to unite fans. And the lyrics deliver, “Fade away, carry on, we believe in who we are,” the Burek twins sing, making the listener feel like they are included in the lyrics.

From the hard hitting opening bars of ‘Anthem Of The Broken‘ it’s clear that this album could hold it’s own against some of the stars of the genre. The immediately obvious comparison to make is that this band sounds like A Day To Remember meets Yellowcard, with high energy, passion, and emotion weaved into every track.

Overall, this album really showcases Daylight’s talent, throwing them out there with the forerunners of the modern pop punk scene. With their first UK tour coming up with the album release, these guys deserve to make a name for themselves soon and to rocket to the big leagues with the thrust of their powerful pop punk tunes.

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