The Everyday Losers- Social Paradise
by Reggie Edwards
The Everyday Losers’ Social Paradise, though very short, is refreshingly reminiscent of late 90’s rock. From the get-go you can tell their influences are artists such as Bush, Silverchair and early Nickelback. You can also see a vague shade of early Staind and Fuel throughout the record.
The lyrics are impressive and intelligent- something I feel tends to be very rare these days in the rock scene and music industry as a whole. The guitar work is something that had me interested and into the record from the start. I love everything about this album and if you get a chance, you should definitely check it out.