Knuckle Puck - Copacetic

Knuckle Puck - Copacetic


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Hannah H.
Chicago, IL
95 reviews
Finally, a band you can shamelessly love without fear of snobby boys in khakis and Story So Far merch rolling their eyes at you. Illinois mad boys Knuckle Puck have followed closely in the footsteps of their Chicago peers, Real Friends, in their most recent full length album, Copacetic. In the search for vengeful yet beautifully articulated music, Copacetic does not disappoint.

Knuckle Puck has mastered the art of maintaining a loyal fan-base while also appealing to crowds across genres; the secret to which being a consistent stream of music and that is relatable. Since their formation in 2010, the band has released 3 EPs, as well as a split and their most recent LP. Copacetic offers a similar summer soundtrack that Real Friends’ Maybe This Place Is The Same offered in 2014. The lingering, haunting riff in “In Your Crosshairs” provides the same overwhelming wave of nostalgia as songs like “Spread Me All Over Illinois” and “Sixteen.” The album finishes off perfectly with “Untitled” which starts off with hard-hitting lyrics before going into lengthy but unapologetic instrumentals.

There is something to be said for Knuckle Puck’s ability to produce such a quality of music that both appeals to the masses of the genre while also establishes their own sound. Front man Joe Taylor’s raspy lead vocals are easily distinguishable from bands alike, and his aggressive, contentious tone of voice strikes with some listeners on a personal level when paired with lyrics like “what could you possibly see in a failure like me?”

The summer of 2015 will be remembered fondly with memories of late night drives with Copacetic blasting through your car speakers, screaming back the lyrics to the August air and disappearing yellow lines of the highway.
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Erica C.
Glendora, CA
18 reviews
For being their first full length album it is great. This band has really shown who they are and that they aren't afraid to change. All the songs have great structure and each time you can tell it's them. Highly recommend if you're looking for a band that isn't big yet and has a great unique sound for pop punk.
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