Reggie and the Full Effect – ’41’ – Review

Pop punk is growing up. The new school are bringing in genuine emotion and lived experience, singing about mental health and other, often progressive societal issues. The old school, bands like blink-182, aren’t bothering to keep up, instead relying on juvenility to keep a young fanbase happy. It’s not uncommon for older pop punk bands to do this. Harking back to the halcyon days of chasing girls, smoking weed, and fart jokes is almost like reliving times gone by. James Dewees (AKA Reggie and the Full Effect), however, seems to be embracing growing up. Read more