Due for release in the Summer of 2013, “Everybody’s Sober Nowadays” is the first preview of Post Adolescence’s upcoming, as of yet untitled, EP.
Following the international success of their 2010 debut album, “My Nothing,” Post Adolescence returned with their first in a series of singles. “Don’t Walk Away” twists the tender heart of 50s rock ‘n’ roll with the throttle of post-modern garage pop. Indulgent verses evoke the sweetness of your first kiss at the sockhop, while choruses thrust you immediately to third base in the backseat of your Edsel. Recorded at Soul Kitchen Studios in Seattle and produced by Mark Clem, “Don’t Walk Away” was specifically recorded for and featured on the 2011 International Pop Overthrow Festival compilation CD.
Inspired by elements of rock, glam, punk, and pop music, My Nothing is an album with a wide range of influencs, both lyrically and musically. Introspective lyrics of heartbreak and loss are balanced with up-beat pop anthems in this debut album by Seattle rock band, Post Adolescence. Dark, yet ultimately hopeful, My Nothing tries to find meaning in the absent.