Mayday Parade Show True Vulnerability in ‘Bad At Love’

With their last album Sunnyland being released way back in 2018, it’s about damn time that emo/pop punk act Mayday Parade returned to our lives in 2021. While a new album is still yet to be confirmed, the band have so far this year dropped summery rock anthem ‘Kids Of Summer’ and are following it up with emotional ballad ‘Bad At Love’.

Their latest emo belter sees vocalist Derek Sanders reach some of the biggest notes we’ve heard in awhile, and sounds more on par with what Mayday Parade have evolved over the years since their inception. Between this and ‘Kids of Summer’, it looks like the band are gearing up for a new era. Sounding fire, guys!

Words by Tamara May @citylightstam

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Wall of Sound's Head of Album Reviews. Weekend Content. Pop Punk Enthusiast.

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