We Are The In Crowd: ‘Best Intentions’ Review

We Are The In Crowd release their first full length studio album “Best Intentions” on October 4, 2011 under Hopeless Records. The album consists of 10 tracks which includes the two released singles “Rumor Mill” and “On Your Own.”

This pop-rock quintet dropped off from the tour with Taking Back Sunday in order to record and finish this album. We Are the In Crowd stated “This upcoming record is extremely important to us and we want to make sure we release something that wasn’t compromised because of timing or conflicts. We know this will bum out a lot of people, but trust us when we say that we want to make sure our album is the absolute best it can be.” 

We Are The In Crowd a five piece band from Poughkeepsie, New York managed to release in my personal opinion, one of the best pop-rock albums of this year. LIke they said on their statement “We want to make sure our album is the absolute best it can be.” The didn’t fail to impress fans with this new record. Taylor’s and Jordan’s vocals bring something new. The band had previously released their EP “Guaranteed to Disagree”. When you compared both, the band had grown musically from their previous work, with melodies you’ll find yourself humming to, to catchy guitar riffs you’ll want to play.

One of of the songs you’ll find yourself dancing to from “Best Intensions” is “The Worst Thing About Me”. “On Your Own” was their second single released off the album, you can interpret and relate to this song in many ways. The two ballads from the album are “All or Nothing” and “You’ve Got It Made”. 

You can catch We Are In The Crowd on “The Noise Tour” with Mayday Parade and You Me At Six. 

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“Best Intentions” for the fans of : All Time Low, Tonight Alive, VersaEmerge

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-Brenda Mejia, October 11, 2011


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