Posted September 8, 2017 by Mike Mineo in Rock

The Fine Lines – “Technicolor Summer”

“Technicolor Summer” – a single released this past week from Madison, NJ-based indie-rockers The Fine Lines – mulls on the “ups and downs of being young, but managing to enjoy it while you can” — reminding during the hook-y chorus that “youth is not a crime” and to enjoy the ride. It’s a simple though effective message, one that’s relayed over a soundly produced vein of alternative-rock that touches on both jangle-fronted tones and college-rock alternative. Originally a duo formed at Drew University around 2012, they’re now a four-piece fast on the rise, if “Technicolor Summer” is any indication.

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