The Copyrights – “Part Of The Landscape” [Video]

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The Copyrights hail from a small college town in downstate Illinois called Carbondale. They formed in 2002, and quickly were embraced by the pop-punk community for their fun lyrics, big hooks, and infectious choruses.

A year later, in 2003, they released their first album, We Didn’t Come Here to Die, which was produced by Mass Giorgini. Next up, in 2006, they released Mutiny Pop, and in 2007, Make Sound. Followed by 2008’s, Learn the Hard Way. Finally, The Copyrights took a breather, and returned for their fifth effort in 2011 with North Sentinel Island.

The Copyrights made their Fat Wreck Chords debut with the EP titled, No Knocks. After a seven-year hiatus, The Copyrights are back in full force. Fat Wreck Chords released the band’s new full-length, Alone in a Dome, today! Known for their blistering live shows and power-pop hooks, Fat Wreck Chords is the perfect home for their high-octane sing-along anthems. Vocalist/bassist Adam Fletcher had this to say about the signing: “It’s been 7 years since we’ve released a new record and hopefully y’all haven’t forgotten about us! We’re excited to be a joining the Fat Wreck Chords family, and we can’t wait to get this album out into the world.”

You can order the new album HERE.

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