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Sounds Like: Lagwagon, Operation Ivy, THE OFFICIAL LESS THAN JAKE PAGE, Sublime, The Bouncing Souls
Bio: "careless punk-rock bands with strange lyrics always put me in a good mood"
"it's something I would imagine people jumping and jamming out to"
MailboxBaseball is a pop punk / ska band based out of New York. Merging elements of skate punk, reggae, folk, and more, the band forms a sound both fun ...See Full Bio
“Pop Quiz: What’s a perfect compliment to spending your birthday with great friends? If you answered ‘finding a new great band’, you would be correct. Don’t worry, ‘alcohol’ was also a front runner. That band for this birthday is Mailbox Baseball. Although they are in our Punk/Screamo section (they definitely are not the latter), I almost want to say they channel equal parts of Sublime and Virginia Coalition on a song such as ‘Angst and Rebellion’. There is just something about the guitar parts and overall sound that reminds me of those two bands. Not to say that’s a bad thing. Now in regards to songs like the one embedded below (‘Stockyard Station’), that throws a pop-punk vibe into the mix as well. There’s an interesting mix of song types on their two albums, Diminishing Marginal Returns and Forward in Motion. They are definitely different than the other bands on the site for the simple fact that there is such a difference in the two styles...cont.”