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"Give me something sweet so I can make it through the week/Don't care if I end up with cavities." This is the plea that opens Sweet Tooth, the upcoming third LP from Berkeley's Mom Jeans. It's the introduction to a quasi-concept record, a structural departure for the emo punk quartet. Before any of the record's 13 songs had been written and recorded, the band knew what Sweet Tooth would sound like: late '90s and early 2000s pop rock and pop punk bliss. The result of this expedition into the Golden Age of snotty pop punk and cheeky radio rock is a 13-track hit of musical ecstasy, crammed with delicious guitar crunch and infectious melodics beneath boyish romance, teen-to-young adult angst, and gleeful abandon.
"Give me something sweet so I can make it through the week/Don't care if I end up with cavities." This is the plea that opens Sweet Tooth, the upcoming third LP from Berkeley's Mom Jeans. It's the introduction to a quasi-concept record, a structural departure for the emo punk quartet. Before any of the record's 13 songs had been written and recorded, the band knew what Sweet Tooth would sound like: late '90s and early 2000s pop rock and pop punk bliss. The result of this expedition into the Golden Age of snotty pop punk and cheeky radio rock is a 13-track hit of musical ecstasy, crammed with delicious guitar crunch and infectious melodics beneath boyish romance, teen-to-young adult angst, and gleeful abandon.
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Sweet Tooth [Reissue]
Artist: Mom Jeans.
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Something Sweet
2. What's Up?
3. Hippo In The Water
4. White Trash Millionaire
5. Circus Clown
6. Sugar Rush
7. Graduating Life
8. Luv L8r
9. Crybaby (On the Phone)
10. Anime Theme Song
11. Tie Dye Acid Trip
12. Ten Minutes
13. Teeth

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"Give me something sweet so I can make it through the week/Don't care if I end up with cavities." This is the plea that opens Sweet Tooth, the upcoming third LP from Berkeley's Mom Jeans. It's the introduction to a quasi-concept record, a structural departure for the emo punk quartet. Before any of the record's 13 songs had been written and recorded, the band knew what Sweet Tooth would sound like: late '90s and early 2000s pop rock and pop punk bliss. The result of this expedition into the Golden Age of snotty pop punk and cheeky radio rock is a 13-track hit of musical ecstasy, crammed with delicious guitar crunch and infectious melodics beneath boyish romance, teen-to-young adult angst, and gleeful abandon.
        
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