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These Are The 12 Yellowcard Songs You Need In Your Life

Tish Hart
Tish Hart 20 March 2015 at 12.18

In RS198, we give you the lowdown on all things Yellowcard. If you haven't quite managed to grab yourself a copy, here's a tiny taste of what you're missing.

'Way Away' 
Ever moved away from home? Yellowcard have, and they provided the perfect soundtrack for the feeling with 'Way Away'.



'Here I Am Alive'
Considering Patrick Stump had a hand in the writing it and the song features We Are The In Crowd's Tay Jardine, it's no surprise that this one is a solid gold banger.



'Light Up The Sky' 
This pop-punk anthem is all about Yellowcard wanting to make things a little brighter, which is exactly what they've done for nearly two decades. <3 



'For You, And Your Denial' 
This was the first track the band aired after their return from hiatus back in 2010. Back with a bang, then. THAT VIOLIN.



'The Deepest Well' 
Matty Mullins from that Memphis May Fire features on this one. It's pretty cool.



'Ocean Avenue' 
This anthem shoved Yellowcard right into the mainstream. The video also features frontman Ryan Key legging it around, which is fun.



'Sing For Me' 
Warning: feels within. 'Sing For Me' is a sad one, but also a great one.



'Lights And Sounds'
One of the band's heaviest and greatest songs, 'Lights And Sounds' was also one of Yellowcard's most catchy. That makes it impossible to ignore.



'Only One' 
This song has an absolutely massive chorus and the video combines love and tear gas. What more could you ask for?!



'Rough Landing, Holly' 
Another Yellowcard video, another few shots of Ryan Key running. The song ain't bad, either.



'Hang You Up'
This track was originally written for Ryan's side project Big If during his main band's hiatus. Lucky for us, he decided to make it a Yellowcard song. 



'Always Summer'
This song does what all good pop-punk should: makes it feel like summer. Thank you, Yellowcard, for believing in the power of the violin.



Like what you've heard? For more on these guys, pick up the latest issue of Rock Sound for our guide to Yellowcard.

It's available in all UK stores now, or alternatively you could download it, or have the mag delivered to your door

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