Review – T.C Folkpunk


By: Lizzie Sharpe

Album: Lamest Fast Words
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Genre: Folkpunk
Release Date: November 12th, 2014

T.C Folkpunk also known as Timothy Cameron is from the big city of Toronto, Ontario. T.C Folkpunk gets his inspiration mainly from The Beatles since he was a child and extends that inspiration to his music. He started playing shows at the age of 17 at pubs and bars.

Lamest Fast Words is T.C Folkpunk’s newest album that has been released for all to hear. It is full of songs that all have good vibes and is very interesting to listen to all the way through. I can honestly say I have not heard anything like it before and quite enjoy it. There are twelve tracks on the album and each have a unique sound to them. The first song on the album is called Overheard Someone Telling Me. the song is a good pick as it will keep you listening to what T.C Folkpunk has to bring throughout the entire album. My Favorite track off the album is Windmills, I like the the sounds of the vocals/lyrics and the guitar together to create a song that tells a story. It is very catchy and enjoyable. The album is full of well written songs that any listener would enjoy!

Rating 4/5

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