“A lot of this album reminds me of All Time Low, mostly from the catchiness, but the technically intricate drum patterns filter through the guitars in a track such as ‘Playing Fiction’, and for the most part the vocal melodies are rather reminiscent of the late 00s era of pop-punk. ‘Great Heights & Nosedives’ is a step up from ‘Backbone’ and push to the mainstream that ROAM deserve for their hard work, the quality of this material is a sign that the Eastbourne lads are 100% worthy of having toured with the likes of genre leaders Sum 41 and New Found Glory in the last year.”

For fans of: All Time Low, Sum 41, Neck Deep, New Found Glory

Find the full review at Broken Arrow Magazine here

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