For kids of the 90’s, Green Day was it. For the late 90’s and new Millennium, it was all about Blink 182, so it’s no surprise that we now have a surplus of bands now who have taken a page from the Blink Bible; lines flooded with girls and life, surrounded by pop punk chords. Electric Anthem is just that. As a huge All American Reject fan, I noticed the vocals were similar to Tyson Ritter’s back in the day, before all the radio hits…fresh but raw, an oxymoron if you will. If you read the notes I have on Electric Anthem’s album, All But Sorry, you’ll find the sentence “poppy but not like All Time Low” because I didn’t get a since that this band would be the next teen scene kings. I heard a mature sound as “Your Eyes” and “Love with a Liar” played on. With the fitting “Goodbyes” saying farewell on the album, I too must say adios to this review and get back to listening to Electric Anthem’s All But Sorry. So if you’re a fan of the ways of Tyson Ritter and AAR and Blink 182, you will want to get in on Electric Anthem’s All But Sorry.