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Label: the fever zone
Bio: Off the success of Army Navy’s self-released debut album the band entered 2010 with their strongest batch of songs to date and were able to self-finance the recording of their 2nd album. With a strong vision of the album in mind, they once again called upon producer and engineer Adam Lasus (Clap ...See Full Bio
“In 2008, the L.A. band Army Navy put out a minor classic in the determinedly minor subgenre of power pop. Insofar as it's even acknowledged to exist outside of the world of record store clerks, power pop is mostly music of misplaced nostalgia and helpless obsession, and it succeeds in no small part by how it manages to remind you of every other pop song you've ever loved. Army Navy's self-titled debut — sunny and sad, sweet and bracingly sour, fresh-faced and weary — was a master class in this balancing act, splitting the difference between '70s acts like Big Star and '90s revivalists like the Posies with effortless aplomb. cont”