‘Sound The Alarm’ – Less Than Jake Keeps Getting Better

Less Than Jake Review


What a band Less Than Jake is! After 25 years of pioneering the ska-punk scene, they always seem to deliver albums with charm, passion and a great sense of storytelling. Their latest album Sound The Alarm is no different. Only 7 tracks and roughly 20 minutes long, it delivers everything you have come to expect from the album. Fast paced punk like Call to Arms and Bomb Drop to classic Less Than Jake mid-tempo gems like Welcome to My Life and Years of Living Dangerously. What I love most about this album is that bottom line – it’s fun. No doubt life long fans will appreciate and enjoy every track while new fans will certainly use this album as a platform to dive into the band’s entire discography spanning almost two decades. We highly recommend this album! We also love the album cover representing each song on the album.

Stand Out Tracks:

  • Things Change
  • Welcome To My Life
  • Drop The Bomb

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Let us know what you think of the album in the comments section below.


6 thoughts on “‘Sound The Alarm’ – Less Than Jake Keeps Getting Better

  1. The concept of that album cover is perfect, I love how it does represent every song. Definitely now have to listen to this album all the way through. What’s your favorite track on it?

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    1. Hey Andrew, thanks for the comment. The album cover actually caught me by surprise really nice touch to a near perfect album. It’s hard to choose any particular favourite one but at moment its ‘Times Change’ and ‘Bomb Drop’ Both songs have a really great energy to them. Do you have any favourites? Keep in touch!


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