"45"-Single by The Gaslight Anthem

June 2, 2012
By Zebber1997 BRONZE, Hinsdale, New Hampshire
Zebber1997 BRONZE, Hinsdale, New Hampshire
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It's been a long two years since The Gaslight Anthem released 2010's American Slang. Fans (including myself) have been waiting for a new single. Our wish was granted on May 8th, with the release of "45". The song is mainly about getting over an event in your life or a bad breakup by "Turning the record over" and "letting someone else lay at her feet". The New Jersey punks lay out a fast song, with a blazing rhythm guitar track, (Played by front man Brian Fallon and guitar-tech Ian Perkins) and an amazing solo by lead guitarist Alex R. The lyrics are outstanding, and some of Fallon's best work; it's short, sweet and directly to you, with no metaphors that will leave you analyzing for days. Check it out on YouTube or iTunes.
4/5 stars.

The author's comments:
The Gaslight Anthem is my favorite band, and I've been waiting two years for a new release. This is also my first TeenInk submission.

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