Lost Angeles is a song that could easily do well on modern alternative radio. 39 Reasons is an alternative rock band that you could qualify as a post-grunge rock band. Their style can be compared to Pearl Jam, Our Lady Peace, Greenwheel, Weezer & Aerosmith with hints to U2. If you mix that all you’ll have their style. The songwriting is very professional as you can also hear on Lost Angeles. It’s catchy and mainstream yet alternative. They keep their own sound but don’t overdo it. Creative, original and most important, genuine and honest. Lost Angeles is a pure rock song that you will enjoy listening to. Nate Stauffer’s excellent vocals combined with the professional bass by Joe McLaughlin and energetic guitar and drums by Brian Angely & Scott Speer will catch you by surprise and to quote this song:”It’ll be fabulous.“
Photograph is the strongest track on this three-piece. The lyrics are astonishing and Nate’s vocals really make you feel the emotion in this song. The drums & guitar really feed the energy and make this song catchy enough to become a big hit on international radio. The bass is the basis that ties the whole thing together. Photograph also got a honorable mention on Billboard’s World Song Contest. And this song deserves that. Keep your eyes and ears open for 39 Reasons and Photograph. I promise you this won’t be the last you heard of it.
This song is a little bit more up-tempo than the other two and reminds me of Weezer a lot. It has the same professional and energetic mood. 39 Reasons shows their professionalism on this song which would also do well on modern alternative radio I think. All three songs have the same vibe to it though they all differ in sound. 39 Reasons has that thing that you will recognize in all their songs even though the songs can sound really different compared to eachother. Especially the energetic guitar in this song is overwhelming. And then the drums come sneaking up to you with the bass making it complete. All that with the enchanting vocals by Nate Stauffer make it an excellent song.