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My Kind of Girl harks back to the pop punk of Fountains of Wayne or Wheatus.
Amongst their well known songs like Girl All The Bad Guys want, 1985, and High School Never Ends, they slowed it down with a semi acoustic version of Turbulence, and performed a cover of Stacy's Mom originally by Fountains of Wayne which, bizarrely, BFS seems always to get credit for.
Featuring members of Helter Skelter, We Are Sharks and Nine Lives for Skydives, expect a high-octane live blast that'll appeal to fans of Weezer, Graham Coxon or Fountains of Wayne.
Wheatus blazed the trail that the likes of New Found Glory, Alien Ant Farm and Fountains Of Wayne followed.
Behind the music: Ivy began in the mid-'90s in New York when Andy Chase (now Durand's husband) and Fountains of Wayne co-leader Adam Schlesinger persuaded the recent Parisian emigre to sing on a demo.
Genres range from the folk of John Gorka to the indie rock of Titus Andronicus; from the Americana of Brian Molnar & the Naked Hearts to the punk of The Bouncing Souls; and from the Beatlesque pop of Fountains of Wayne to the post-hardcore of Thursday.
His work is featured on Lloyd Cole's critically acclaimed album The Negatives, which includes collaborations with notable bands Fountains of Wayne and Ivy.
thrust "the band into the same company as supergroups like Relient K and Fountains of Wayne.
Co-writers on the album include Phil Thornally, Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne and, of course, Nik.
Williams offers exemplary takes on the Fountains of Wayne tune "Troubled Times" and the song "Midnight Radio" from the musical Hedwig and the Angry Inch.
The band hired Adam Schlesinger of Fountains of Wayne and Eli Janney of Girls Against Boys to produce seven songs and Ric Ocasek of The Cars to produce eight tracks.
Then again, Fountains of Wayne may or may not be the epitome of cheek.