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FRND CRCL Explore A Modern Spiritual Revolution On ‘Suburban Dictionary’

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A band constantly compared to the likes of Sum 41, blink-182, and Simple Plan, FRND CRCL are certainly making waves as an emerging pop-punk outfit in the scene. Today, the group released their third full-length studio album, Suburban Dictionary. The new record blends everything we love about throwback pop-punk with modern hip-hop melodies. Catchy choruses, whip-smart lyricism, and lighting-fast song structures, make the band stand out from the rest. The album overall is a conceptual piece that guides listeners through the experience of a suburbanite from start to finish.

Speaking on their new album, FRND CRCL shared in a statement: “Suburban Dictionary is for those who take things not at surface value, but who aren’t afraid to stray deeper into their minds. This is very much a story of the common, a punk rock take on a punk rock revolution delivered with the spirit of punk through pop melody”.

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Leading up to the release of Suburban Dictionary, the band released a multitude of singles including “47“, “Golden“, “ADHD“, “No Chill“, “Clinically Insane“, and “Fuck California“. That may seem like a lot, but the record in whole boasts fourteen tracks. So fans still have eight new tunes to jam for the first time today. Keep an eye on FRND CRCL, as they are on the path to be the next Neck Deep or State Champs. Check out the album art and track list below, along with their most recent music video for “Golden”!

Suburban Dictionary track list:

  1. 7AM
  2. No Bad Days 
  3. ADHD
  4. Golden
  5. Orange Tang
  6. Clinically Insane
  7. Fuck California
  8. No Chill
  9. 47
  10. Don’t Wait Up
  11. Kids
  12. Midnight
  13. WYNWM
  14. Alright

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