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About Too Much Joy

Over the years Too Much Joy have gone from a sparsely executed Jangle Pop band to riff-roaring power poppers with ridiculously catchy songs. The constant factors throughout the band's evolution are their spirited (mostly irreverent) sense of humor, deft comic timing, and sharp attention to pop details such as catchy choruses and big hooks. With most "funny" bands, the joke wears thin after time, but with Too Much Joy, the opposite occurs and the jokes give way to slyly stylized pop songs.

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Listen toToo Much Joyon Napster

Over the years Too Much Joy have gone from a sparsely executed Jangle Pop band to riff-roaring power poppers with ridiculously catchy songs. The constant factors throughout the band's evolution are their spirited (mostly irreverent) sense of humor, deft comic timing, and sharp attention to pop details such as catchy choruses and big hooks. With most "funny" bands, the joke wears thin after time, but with Too Much Joy, the opposite occurs and the jokes give way to slyly stylized pop songs.

About Too Much Joy

Over the years Too Much Joy have gone from a sparsely executed Jangle Pop band to riff-roaring power poppers with ridiculously catchy songs. The constant factors throughout the band's evolution are their spirited (mostly irreverent) sense of humor, deft comic timing, and sharp attention to pop details such as catchy choruses and big hooks. With most "funny" bands, the joke wears thin after time, but with Too Much Joy, the opposite occurs and the jokes give way to slyly stylized pop songs.

About Too Much Joy

Over the years Too Much Joy have gone from a sparsely executed Jangle Pop band to riff-roaring power poppers with ridiculously catchy songs. The constant factors throughout the band's evolution are their spirited (mostly irreverent) sense of humor, deft comic timing, and sharp attention to pop details such as catchy choruses and big hooks. With most "funny" bands, the joke wears thin after time, but with Too Much Joy, the opposite occurs and the jokes give way to slyly stylized pop songs.