New Dads Song
2013-07-24 by BroManCaptainGuySirDylan | 26 Comments
Emo/Punk duo Dads, have released a new song entitled 'Boat Rich', taken from their upcoming EP Pretty Good set for release on August 6th.

http://www.rocksound.tv/m/news/article/stream-a-new-dads-song-boat-rich
Tagged: Dads

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JasonCarne
July 24th 2013
341 Comments


Really into this.

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XingKing
July 24th 2013
10945 Comments


Me likey

EaglesBecomeVultures
July 24th 2013
5266 Comments


boats and hoes

the twinkles are back

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titlefightmeirl
July 24th 2013
659 Comments


song is fantastic.

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 24th 2013
50850 Comments


Should I pause A Bunny's Caravan for this?

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titlefightmeirl
July 24th 2013
659 Comments


yes

loveisamixtape
July 24th 2013
6215 Comments


rules

YakNips
July 24th 2013
12743 Comments


Really good

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EaglesBecomeVultures
July 24th 2013
5266 Comments


lmao how is this pretentious?

EaglesBecomeVultures
July 24th 2013
5266 Comments


dads are like the complete opposite of that word ya nincompoop

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 24th 2013
50850 Comments


Good but forgettable just like every other Dads song

titlefightmeirl
July 24th 2013
659 Comments


nah

EaglesBecomeVultures
July 24th 2013
5266 Comments


the only hipster in here is the one using the word pretentious

Trebor.
Contributing Reviewer
July 24th 2013
50850 Comments


99% of the time someone uses pretentious, they're the pretentious one

EaglesBecomeVultures
July 24th 2013
5266 Comments


^^^

titlefightmeirl
July 24th 2013
659 Comments


he 5'd attila and brokencyde, trolling or not, he's a douche

Cygnatti
July 24th 2013
21825 Comments


Uh an integral part of twinkly Elmo's appeal is that isn't not pretentious. It's somewhat childish and amateurish yet not not instrumentally incompetent like other punk bands are.

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titlefightmeirl
July 24th 2013
659 Comments


nice dig cyg, lol

Spluger
July 24th 2013
1188 Comments


I love me some twinkly Elmo's

Detective Dan
July 24th 2013
170 Comments


Is it just me or were dad dicks bigger in the 90's?

WeepingBanana
July 24th 2013
10205 Comments


better than that other one they released. still not as good as any song on their debut

djunior
July 24th 2013
816 Comments


this is ok. far from their best

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InFiction
July 24th 2013
3703 Comments


Song rules. Love this band.

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sixdegrees
July 24th 2013
17514 Comments


song was aight

StallionMang
July 24th 2013
6013 Comments


Cool song, should really get into this band.

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tkxxx7
July 27th 2013
6153 Comments


Saw them live with The World Is..., Pity Sex, and Brave Bird. Really cool guys with a great sound



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