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Albums of the week

Anna Porretta

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If you’re feeling angsty, queue up either of these two emotional albums. Pinegrove’s intellectual lyrics pair well with their eclectic indie-rock/Americana sound. Say Anything takes you back to when you were going through that phase that you insisted wasn’t a phase with their unbridled angry pop-punk.

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“Cardinal” (2016)
Pinegrove
emo tinged indie-rock

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“Say Anything” (2009)
Say Anything
pop-punk

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