“a fifth of Elvis” by leslie snyder

“A Fifth of Elvis”
By Leslie Snyder
The good times are rolling coming out of Fort Lee, New Jersey from an unsigned alternative rock quartet called Morningside Lane. Morningside Lane is a “rowdy” quartet that sings songs about living life to the fullest and having a great time because life is too short to be unhappy. Morningside Lane sounds similar to Blink 182 with their “screaming” vocals and heavy, “grinding” alternative rock melodies. Morningside Lane released their latest CD “A Fifth of Elvis” on February 18, 2014 featuring six obnoxious tracks that will make one’s neighbors go crazy.
The party begins with the first track “A Fifth of Elvis.” This track features “screaming” vocals and “thunderous” alternative rock melodies. This track is an obnoxious rant about a man who is living the “hard partying” lifestyle of a rock star with absolutely no regard for its consequences should this man continue to keep on living this outrageous lifestyle. Meanwhile, the party continues with romance “blossoming” in the second track “Boardwalk.” This track features more “screaming” vocals and “breezy” alternative rock melodies. This track is a heartwarming tale about a man who is telling a beautiful story about how he met his “first love” on a warm summer day down the shore.
Finally, the party ends under a cloud of uncertainty in the third track “He’s A Good Kid.” This track features soulful vocals and “slithering” alternative rock melodies. This track is an anxious tale about a young man who is trying to convince a young girl’s father that his intentions are good. The “well mannered” young man would not harm the young girl in any way.
Morningside Lane is a great unsigned alternative rock quartet sings songs about having a good time in life and living life like there is no tomorrow. Morningside Lane combines “screaming” vocals and heavy, “grinding” alternative rock melodies which bring out the raucous tone of the quartet’s latest CD “A Fifth of Elvis.” This “hard charging” collection of music will make fans of alternative rock music proud.

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