The second track “Fast Times’ recalls what could be called the bands “heyday” album How I Spent My Summer Vacation with a slight reggae tinged chorus propelled by bassist Bryan Kienlen, and a guitar lead by Pete Steinkopf that is straight out of the handbook of Social D’s Mike Ness.
“Static” is another standout track, that finds the Souls in familiar territory, calling out the general stagnancy of modern music.
She has an older brother, Cameron Stewart, and an adoptive brother, Taylor.
Her mother, Jules Mann-Stewart, is a script supervisor originally from Maroochydore, Queensland, Australia.
“Coin toss girl” has a vulnerable heartfelt progression that is like a more poppy “Lean on Sheena”, a cover song from the band’s Gold Album.
“We Love Fun” is a classic shout along that will surely be a fan favorite at future shows.
One will be a firefighters charity and the other focuses on building and maintaining flushing toilets in the developing world.
“I started chatting to her and she told the whole story about how she had become stuck.