ten overblown , pretentious lyrics , but they probably rather would listen to hip-hop or indie rock , as well as metal forged within the bowels of hell . Morningside Lane ’ s penchant for Springsteen , Bon Jon , and Gaslight more likely would appeal to Baby Boomers and Generation X . And while they might like the music , those generations don ’ t claim : “ These Are Our Years ,” especially during a pandemic rife with racial unrest .
Throughout the 10-song LP , Marc seems to be chronicling the dissolution and reformation of Morningside Lane , as well as other personal breakups and hardships . At its best , such as the single “ Glass Skin ,” a Gaslight-like anthem of hope , “ These Are Our Years ” offers fist-pumping crowd singalongs that can be enjoyed during the band ’ s Sept . 4 livestream album release party on their Facebook page and even more so at one of
Watch a lyric video for “ Glass Skin ” by Morningside Lane