Same Day Service Waiting for Tomorrow

Same Day Service offer up 11 examples of why simple honesty can still create great music, even when the music itself is nothing mind-blowing. Playing basic Ramones-style three-chord pop punk, SDS make up in heart what they lack in originality. From the opening lines of "Last Summer,” the tone is set for the rest of Waiting for Tomorrow’s lyrical style — simple, diary-esque honesty, which has certainly been influenced by such band’s as Weezer (circa-Pinkerton) and the Ataris. "I know this moment won’t last long, this feeling it makes me smile. So why not put it in a song and remember it for awhile.” Waiting for Tomorrow made me smile. (Independent)