First impression: a pop-punk ish sounding band. Kinda Blink-182 and All Time Low influenced. Second impression: Influenced, yes, but also unique, as Across the Atlantic also throws in screams within the soft sounding punk.

It’s a combination of the power of metal and the mellowness of pop music. I don’t mean the crappy/fake pop music, but the a lot of effort/real pop music. It’s rare, but it exists. There’s a huge difference in between the 11 songs on the album. A lot of bands make an album in a certain style and then they might change it for the next album. But the difference between ‘Prelude’ and ‘Blind Eyes’ is amazing to find on the same album. One thing is the same throughout the album though: high quality songs that show off dedication to music.
This album shows you a different point of view on music. Some touch your heart, others pump the beat of your heart up. It’s a rare and unique style of music that’s the result of hard work.
Music should be a creative process and should lead you into new directions. That’s what this album shows you.



  1. Prelude
  2. Playing For Keeps
  3. Sundress Funeral
  4. Cutting Corners
  5. Chin Up
  6. 24 Hours
  7. Word of Mouth
  8. Self (less)
  9. Starting Over
  10. Blind Eyes
  11. Works of Progress

Label: Sharptone Records 



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