Review: Minority 905 ‘Broken, Not Beaten’

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Minority 905 are an unsigned pop punk 4 piece from Ontario and they released their debut album ‘Broken, Not Beaten’ on December 12th.

The album doesnt start off with its strongest song but it improves as it goes along, combining the sounds of early 2,000s pop punk and modern-day college rock. The vocals sound best when they’re a little bit rougher, like in the chorus of Ripped Me Out.Their Green Day influences are heavy evident in the slowed down Moonwalker, and the album ends with an acoustic ‘Summer Air’.

 

You can get it here or stream it over on spotify!

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