Thursday, September 14, 2017

CD Review: The Script Releases The "Freedom Child" & LCD Soundsytem Return With The "American Dream"

Irish modern rock band, The Script have continued to grow in popularity in the U.S. since their debut album was released almost 10 years ago. Their latest album titled "Freedom Child" was released on September 1st through Sony Music and features 14 new tracks of modern pop/rock music. They begin with the big dance beats of "No Man Is An Island" as you will find yourself singing along in no time to this song's addictive chorus. They follow that up with the album's led single, "Rain," which carries an up-tempo dance/pop vibe. They keep the energy flowing with the arena ready "Rock The World" and "Divided States Of America." The Script instill a groove into "Eden" that will have you up and moving as you finish up their new release with their return to rock with the title song "Freedom Child." The Script have a 14-date tour on the horizon, beginning on September 28th at The Grand Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino. For a complete list of shows and to find out more about their new album "Freedom Child," please visit

Brooklyn-based dance band, LCD Soundsystem have been climbing up the musical charts since their debut album over a dozen years ago. Their last album was released over seven years ago and LCD Soundsystem are looking to recapture their crown as America's premier dance group with a new album titled "American Dream." It features 10-tracks, beginning with the moderate beats and subtle vocals of "Oh Baby." They dig deep into bass groove of the Talking Heads-sounding "Other Voices," then they deliver the frenzy rock vibe of "Change Yr Mind." Just prior to the album's funky lead single, "Tonite," is a 9-plus minute rhythm heavy epic piece titled "How Do You Sleep?," which will have you fully invested in the LCD Soundsystem. They finish up their new album with the quick-paced rock attach of "Call The Police" and the 12-minute steady pace of the the keyboard beats of "Black Screen." LCD Soundsystem are currently on the opening dates of their 4-month tour with dates sold out in Paris, Amsterdam, Manchester and London. For a complete list of shows and to find out more about their new album "American Dream," please visit

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