TRACK REVIEW: Ice Road Trucker – Too Cool For Me | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Too Cool For Me by Ice Road Trucker is a nostalgic nod to the era-defining sounds of the 90s and 00s pop punk and power pop scene, masterfully blended by Sunderland’s own songwriter Eddie Scott (Picnic, Mt. Misery).

The latest work from Scott’s new side-project embodies the quintessential pop punk spirit, reminiscent of Jimmy Eat World’s heartfelt anthems and Fountains of Wayne’s power pop prowess. Produced with the collaborative touch of Connor Jobes and Jackson Vert, this anthem for “sheltered losers” showcases Scott’s knack for creating relatable, fun pop rock tunes that speak to the misfit in all of us. Seamlessly picking up where the debut single Carly left off, Too Cool For Me delivers an even more energetic and tasty slice of pop rock.

 

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