Posted November 11, 2011
It's been three years since the last Run Kid Run album, Love At the Core, released. For fans, that long wait was agonizing as we hoped to hear word of a new album in the works. The wait is over as the band gives us their latest effort Patterns. Right off the bat you'll notice that all the elements of what make the band great are still intact, but it all feels different somehow. Like they took there time to grow and develop. Yes, the Run Kid Run you know and love are still present but they have clearly progressed their sound enough to appeal to a wide range of new listeners. With this new progression in sound, the tracks still have the fun pop/punk feel from previous albums.
Run Kid Run took their time in making Patterns but the effort really pays off. They manage to progress their sound while still keeping their old sound fairly intact. Not many bands can do that well which makes Patterns a unique and fun listen.
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