Twinkly and organic in a midwestern kind of style that is reminiscent of everything emo from Into It/Over It to bands more like Taking Back Sunday or The Promise Ring. A coming of age tale mixed with a vengeful kind of anger towards the subject being sung too. Familiar in production style with fuzzed out guitars and a bridge that takes a breath of fresh air before it builds back into a ripping guitar solo. If you’re into everything high energy pop-punk emo than definitely check out No Fun Club “Standard of Living” below.
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“Standard of Living” draws inspiration from midwest emo and 90s and 2000s indie rock. Lyrically, the song examines roles in a not-quite-romantic relationship, and tells that story over jangly guitars and a driving drum beat. The song ends with a succinct fuzzy guitar solo that is inspired by J. Mascis of Dinosaur Jr.’s style.