Late 2010 studio release! For this album, the band built a studio in an allegedly haunted building abandoned by the Canadian Navy. Attracted by the beautiful natural reverb in the admiral`s ballroom, they braved spooky supernatural experiences, then went to NYC for mixing by Michael Musmanno (Lilys). Result: their most authentic and mature work, capturing their live sound -- punchy, upbeat, with 60s roots.
"Anthems For Doomed Youth contains the sort of swirling guitar sound and distinctive melodies you`d expect to hear if R.E.M. had come together in the early 1960`s. Anthems For Doomed Youth opens with `Teenage Love Made Me Insane`, a catchy, vibrant piece of hippy psych/pop that you won`t be able to get out of your head. The pop energy in this time is likely to consume you. `I`m Over You (I Hope It`s True)` is catchy, jangly pop in the style of REM but with a 1960`s feel. `Chinese Boxes` uses doubled vocals, a strong melody and excellent pacing to deliver a pop/Americana feel, 1960` style, sounding like something that might have come from a jam session between REM and Tom Petty. " - Wildy`s World.