Much The Same - Survive (2006)

Much The Same spent most of the previous decade as a staple of the Chicago punk scene and making a name for themselves worldwide. They kept 90's-style skate punk alive on two albums, "Quitters Never Win" on Anti-Flag's own A-F Records, and then on the more musically mature "Survive" on Nitro Records. Their focus has always been on writing fast and catchy songs that chronicle their struggles with friendships, faith, and failure.

During their otherwise successful 2007 European tour the band broke up under the strain of changing dreams and character flaws. In 2015, with a fresh perspective, a still-growing fan base, and a desire to make music together again, the band picked up where they left off and began the process of writing new material.

Must listen.

Bonus tracks. "Seasons Change" is fantastic.