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PAX AM Days

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PAX AM Days by Fall Out Boy

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PAX AM Days

by Fall Out Boy

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Label: Island Records
Pax Am Days opens with a conversation that frames this EP as party music, but the eight tracks that follow replace the seemingly EDM-inspired builds and releases of Save Rock and Roll with short bursts of punk energy, relocating that party from big-city arenas to your friend's beer-soaked basement. Regardless of the production, this band knows how to write a sing-along, and Pax Am has, at the very least, two great ones: "Hot to the Touch" climaxes with the empowering "They're not taking us alive," and the "I just want my childhood back" of "American Made" is both conflicted and ecstatic.

About This Album

Pax Am Days opens with a conversation that frames this EP as party music, but the eight tracks that follow replace the seemingly EDM-inspired builds and releases of Save Rock and Roll with short bursts of punk energy, relocating that party from big-city arenas to your friend's beer-soaked basement. Regardless of the production, this band knows how to write a sing-along, and Pax Am has, at the very least, two great ones: "Hot to the Touch" climaxes with the empowering "They're not taking us alive," and the "I just want my childhood back" of "American Made" is both conflicted and ecstatic.

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About This Album

Pax Am Days opens with a conversation that frames this EP as party music, but the eight tracks that follow replace the seemingly EDM-inspired builds and releases of Save Rock and Roll with short bursts of punk energy, relocating that party from big-city arenas to your friend's beer-soaked basement. Regardless of the production, this band knows how to write a sing-along, and Pax Am has, at the very least, two great ones: "Hot to the Touch" climaxes with the empowering "They're not taking us alive," and the "I just want my childhood back" of "American Made" is both conflicted and ecstatic.