NYC pop-punks Dizzy Bats have a fun, original sound that is meant to be danced to. Their most recent LP, Girls, is honest and enjoyable. They have captured the late 1990’s pop punk band sound that many bands search for.
Dizzy Bats’ frontman, Connor Frost, is not just a great multi-instrumentalist, but he is also a great writer. His lyrics are honest and often relatable. However, he is not the only talented one in Dizzy Bats. The band is completed with Kyle Joseph on guitar and Eric Segerstrom on drums. Together, they have created a powerful and unique sound.
Just like every LP or album, it’s best to listen to the album beginning to end. However, the songs “East End” and “I’m Drunk, She’s Sober” are two songs that really stand out on this new release. These songs are fresh and they are a great addition to the pop punk world.
Dizzy Bats have a busy schedule until the end of February. In the next couple of months, you can find Dizzy Bats playing throughout New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Massachusetts. You can also find them on Bandcamp and iTunes.