GNV FLA by Less Than Jake
With their ninth album GNV FLA, named in honor of their hometown of Gainesville, Florida, Less Than Jake reverts back to the roots of what has made them ska-punk icons. Musically, GNV FLA is a return to form and it revisits the traditional Less Than Jake trademark sound of horn driven, bouncy ska grooves. Produced by Matt Allison (Rise Against, Alkaline Trio, The Falcon) at Atlas Studios in Chicago. The record is due out on the band's own Sleep It Off Records and it's their first non-major label album since 2000's Borders and Boundaries.
Comes with bonus 7.
1. City Of Gainesville
2. The State Of Florida
3. Does the Lion City Still Roar?
4. Summon Monsters
5. Abandon Ship
6. Handshake Meets Pokerface
7. Settling Son
8. Malachi Richter's Liquor's Quicker
9. Golden Age Of My Negative Ways
10. The Space They Can't Touch
11. Conviction Notice
12. This One's Gonna Leave A Bruise
13. The Life Of The Party Has Left The Building
14. Devil In My DNA
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