Go Radio’s upcoming sophomore album, “Close the Distance,” showcases how much the band has grown — both as individuals and as artists — since their debut album, “Lucky Street,” was released on Fearless Records in 2011.
“I hate to use the word mature or more grown-up,” frontman Jason Lancaster laughed, “because that usually insinuates a sophomore slump for some people. But it really is a more adult album for us.”
The album’s first two singles, “Collide” and “Go to Hell,” have already given a fans a taste of what is to come from Go Radio, which founded after Lancaster left pop punk band Mayday Parade in 2007. “Go to Hell” is “such a different song for Go Radio to do,” Lancaster told Billboard. “Even on this record, it’s a very tonally and stylistically different song.”
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