In the end, Twerp Verse is a forceful voice among the rising waves of empowered women. It’s contemporary and important, yet sweetly presented. The Speedy Ortiz foursome recently described Twerp Verse as “necessary brattiness,” but surely their dedicated and logical fan base would expunge “brattiness” from that motto.
Don’t call it a comeback! Don’t call it a Sum-back! Just call it great fucking news. Sum 41’s Does This Look Infected? 15th Anniversary Tour is finally here.
Whether it’s a heartfelt rendition of classic “Glycerine” or Rossdale jumping onto a horde of aficionados, BUSH’s spectacle is a steady display of rock-n-roll in its purest form. They’re simply a must-see act.
The troupe’s second effort pushes the boundaries, but more importantly it breaks the perceived stigma of being Julian Casablancas’ side project and firmly projects them as The Voidz, a band with its own persona.