Hearts of Gold is Dollar Signs' most powerful statement to date. The Charlotte, N.C. band's third LP - and first for Pure Noise Records - is a boisterous masterstroke from the Jeff Rosenstock school of punk: resourceful and scrappy, catchy as it is cathartic. And they got jokes. Hearts of Gold feels like listening to an old friend recount some absurd anecdote that's hilarious to you about three other people, like getting hit by a car outside Taco Bell, narrowly avoiding serious injury, and some cop shrugging it off by handing you a lollipop (the jubilant barnburner "Negative Blood"). Or having your first panic attack at a middle school dance soon after the DJ refuses to play Sum 41's "Fat Lip" (the group therapy-via-shout-along banger, "Falling Off").
Hearts of Gold is Dollar Signs' most powerful statement to date. The Charlotte, N.C. band's third LP - and first for Pure Noise Records - is a boisterous masterstroke from the Jeff Rosenstock school of punk: resourceful and scrappy, catchy as it is cathartic. And they got jokes. Hearts of Gold feels like listening to an old friend recount some absurd anecdote that's hilarious to you about three other people, like getting hit by a car outside Taco Bell, narrowly avoiding serious injury, and some cop shrugging it off by handing you a lollipop (the jubilant barnburner "Negative Blood"). Or having your first panic attack at a middle school dance soon after the DJ refuses to play Sum 41's "Fat Lip" (the group therapy-via-shout-along banger, "Falling Off").
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Format: CD
Label: PUNO
Rel. Date: 03/12/2021
UPC: 810540032603

Hearts Of Gold
Artist: Dollar Signs
Format: CD
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Hearts of Gold is Dollar Signs' most powerful statement to date. The Charlotte, N.C. band's third LP - and first for Pure Noise Records - is a boisterous masterstroke from the Jeff Rosenstock school of punk: resourceful and scrappy, catchy as it is cathartic. And they got jokes. Hearts of Gold feels like listening to an old friend recount some absurd anecdote that's hilarious to you about three other people, like getting hit by a car outside Taco Bell, narrowly avoiding serious injury, and some cop shrugging it off by handing you a lollipop (the jubilant barnburner "Negative Blood"). Or having your first panic attack at a middle school dance soon after the DJ refuses to play Sum 41's "Fat Lip" (the group therapy-via-shout-along banger, "Falling Off").