WSTR // Red, Green or Inbetween // Album Review
Album: Red, Green or Inbetween
Label: No Sleep Records
WSTR are a five-piece pop punk band from Liverpool fresh back from their headline tour. Their debut album Red, Green or Inbetween is bursting with pop punk perfection. WSTR might have had a rough time with break-ups, regret and anxiety but it made a phenomenal album.
Featherweight sets the tone for the whole album with regrets about getting wasted with mates instead of listening to mum. Lead vocalist Sammy, describes the awkwardness of breakups perfectly in Nail The Casket (Thanks For Nothing). In addition, Punchline is an anthem that you could listen to on repeat and never get bored of.
Even though they are heavily influenced by Neck Deep, it’s obvious they have found their own distinct sound.
In conclusion, Red, Green or Inbetween is the soundtrack to most twenty-something’s lives so the fans will love it.
Congrats lads on a kick-ass debut album.
Colour me cautious when I’d call you 20 times again // It’s getting out of hand // Your voicemail never understands