Get ready for a high octane race car to come roaring out of Barrington, New Jersey. This high octane race car best describes an unsigned progressive/pop-punk quartet called Count To Four. Count To Four sounds similar to Blink 182 with their soulful vocals and “thundering” pop-punk melodies. Count To four released their debut CD “Between Two Cities” on April 30, 2013 featuring ten heart wrenching tracks about romance and trying to find one’s place in life.
The rollercoaster ride begins with the first track “I Hope Not.” This track features soulful vocals and “gritty” pop-punk melodies. This track is an anxious tale about a man telling a beautiful woman that he really likes her. However, the beautiful woman keeps playing “hard to get.” Meanwhile, anxiety turns into anger in the second track “Lavender Town.” This track features “screaming” vocals and “brooding” pop-punk melodies. This track is an angry tale about a man leaving a bad relationship because his girlfriend keeps picking out his faults.
Finally, the rollercoaster ride ends with bitterness in the sixth track “Tear it apart.” This track features “snarling” vocals and “thunderous” pop-punk melodies. This track is a heartbreaking tale about a couple who is breaking up due to life changes. Also, the other reason for the breakup was the woman’s refusal to act like an adult and accept new responsibilities. So, the frustrated man decides to leave and move on with his life.
Count To Four is a high octane unsigned progressive/pop-punk quartet with a great blend of “blistering” melodies and “soul bearing” vocals. The debut CD “Between Two Cities” lets people know that love and life are not always easy. However, people must learn to embrace life because life is an unbelievable journey that no one should miss out on.
Band Websites: http://www.counttofour.storenvy.com
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