Burden of a Day Blessed Be Our Ever After

I wish I had been as interested in the musical aspects of this album as I was with the conceptual ones. With his childhood interest in the Disney movies still intact, front-man Kendall Knepp and his band-mates penned an album that explores the morality in pop culture relative to the various struggles and strife characters such as Cinderella and Peter Pan (to name a few) had to go through. Layered over classic guitar work and average drum beats, the record is certainly a step up from Pilots and Paperplanes, and if nothing else, an interesting spark to bigger and better things. (Rise)