My Dinosaur Life – “Young Survivors” (review)

My Dinosaur Life is a five-piece band hailing from Cremona, a small town in Northern Italy. Heavily influenced by bands such as Motion City Soundtrack, The Ataris and The Wonder Years, their emotional songs are characterized by catchy hooks, upbeat tempos and melancholy lyrics. Here’s what we had to say aout their EP “Young Survivors”!

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The newest release from Dinosaur Life, called Young Survivors, is a record that allows for joy amongst pain. The songs, on the lyrical level, drag up the common emotional experiences that make us human. The vocals are incredible and truly soar among the shimmering instrumentals. There are constant dynamic changes throughout the EP that mimic the ups and downs of life itself.

Each song on Young Survivors stands out, there isn’t a single track that I’d consider filler. It’s clear that Dinosaur Life have a clear artistic vision and wish to execute it with tactical precision. The sound is inviting and meaningful, and I can honestly say this band just gained a new fan. I’d highly recommend giving this record a chance.

THIS REVIEW WAS WRITTEN BY OUR REVIEWER DEREK, FROM THE PUNK BAND ‘AMHERST DRIVE‘. THANK YOU!
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