Teenagers Live Forever

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Teenagers, indeed, live forever, and Detroiter Adam Paul is out to prove that if you're young at heart, you need not ever lose that particular brand of anguish, angst, heartbreak and love that you feel dissipating as you grow "older." His minimalist, straight-from-brain-and-heart-to-tape lo-fi bedroom recordings sport simple, repetitive indie pop and yowling vocalising that makes metal moves in a alterna-geek's body.

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