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Embarking on a whole new journey as independent artists in control of their own destiny, LTJ have decided to revisit their roots not only in spirit (and the album title) but also in their music. A return to form that could be called the ‘traditional’ Less Than Jake sound, complete with their trademark bouncy ska grooves and horns galore, GNV FLA comes full circle with the band’s beginnings, when they were scrapping up money from gigs to augment their Pez collections. Recorded at Atlas Studios in Chicago and produced by Matt Allison (Rise Against, Alkaline Trio, The Falcom), this album is a surefire testament that, once again, proves why LTJ have one of the most durable and faithful fanbases that stretch from the top of Canada to the bottom of South America and spans both sides of the globe.
A sobering look at the realities of Gainesville in particular but with a universal eye to the everyman living in every small city in the US in these down economic times, GNV FLA is by no means a depressing record, but instead a hopeful and positive one. By pointing the microscope on folks like single mothers, drug dealers and other common city characters, LTJ celebrates their lives and pays tribute to those who are forgotten.
|Primary Format - Music||CD|
|Artist||LESS THAN JAKE|
|Music Genre Primary||Punk & Hardcore|
- 1. City Of Gainesville
- 2. The State Of Florida
- 3. Does The Lion City Still Roar
- 4. Summon Monsters
- 5. Abandon Ship
- 6. Handshake Meets Pokerface
- 7. Settling Son
- 8. Malachi Richter's Liquor Quicker
- 9. Golden Age Of My Negative Ways
- 10. The Space They Can't Touch
- 11. Conviction Notice
- 12. This One's Gonna Leave A Bruise
- 13. The Life Of The Party Has Left The Building
- 14. Devil In My DNA