Driver Friendly

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Driver Friendly

Bury a Dream

If you're like me, you haven't spent much time wondering what a horn section would sound like in an emo band, but Driver Friendly's Bury a Dream takes the pop-punk basics, adds minor voicings, and layers it with horns and synths that create a sound both tonally dark and energetic. Emotional, but no hissy fit, this is an adult work for the kiddie-crowd. ***

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