"If your fists aren't in the air by the third track, you don't deserve hands."
Their debut album (’11’s ‘The Dangers Of Standing Still’) marked Oklahoma’s Red City Radio as a punk rock band that consistently one-ups the genre’s conventions, and their signature musicality is all over their second record, too. For them, a gang vocal isn’t just a collective shout but a four-part harmony, and they bolster every song with complex guitar work and an airtight rhythm section. And they’re not advanced in the sense of being obtuse, either; at its core, their sound is still rooted in killer singalong melodies. If your fists aren’t in the air by the third track, you don’t deserve hands.