High Down – “Moving On”

Armed with an arsenal of killer melodies in the form of their latest EP Moving On, UK punkers High Down deliver five tracks of some of the most explosive and anthemic pop-punk this side of the pond. “Life Lessons” is unavoidable; manifesting one memorable hook after another, a successful formula that continues on the bouncy “Making History” and powerhouse “All On You.” After channeling All Time Low’s “Remembering Sunday,” complete with the fantastic female vocal counterpart courtesy of Christina Rotondo, on the heartstring-plucking “Rescue Me” (‘My heart is the ocean and your love is the shore, I was drowning here without you but I’m not anymore,’ ‘I wish you could see what you mean to me, take a deep breath and dive into our destiny’), High Down supplies the good stuff one last time on closer “Against the Tide,” reminding us all why we were listening to Moving On in the first place – killer pop-punk.

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