Heyrocco: Teenage Movie Soundtrack [Album Review]

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Teenage Movie Soundtrack
Old Flame Records [2015]

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Fire Drill Album Review: Heyrocco’s debut album is a throwback to the alternative rock of the 1990s. I was in high school then; the members of Heyrocco are just a couple of years removed from high school now. The lyrics and themes of the album remind me of how grateful I am that high school is a distant memory. Songs like “Virgin” and “Elsewhere” speak to the difficulties of being an adolescent in very direct and painful ways. The wisdom of age (gag) kept me from connecting to this album as much as I would’ve liked. Heyrocco is a likeable group with some catchy songs. However, the South Carolina band lacks the depth on both their song-crafting and writing that I prefer at this point in life. Teenage Movie Soundtrack is about 20 years too late for me.



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-Reviewed by Matthew Heiner

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I appreciate being able to write for The Fire Note, as it gives me an excuse to keep up with what's happening in new music. By day I am a dad and a psychologist; I often use music as a way to connect with both my kids and my clients. One of my proudest moments as a father was when my 12-year-old daughter told me of her undying love for Radiohead.

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