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2023 release. Would You Miss It? is the kind of album that could only be made by a group of self-proclaimed genre-obsessives. It's why Koyo can seamlessly transition from playing the This Is Hardcore festival to opening for Bayside, because they make perfect sense no matter what bill they're on. Taken in full, Would You Miss It? is the coming-of-age tale of five friends joining together to take on the world. Fueled by a love for music, and a shared creative bond, Koyo sets the bar for the new wave of Long Island bands. As Chiaramonte notes on "Anthem," a lyrical love letter to Long Island scenes of the past, present, and future, "the best is yet to come." Pay attention, because you won't want to miss it.
2023 release. Would You Miss It? is the kind of album that could only be made by a group of self-proclaimed genre-obsessives. It's why Koyo can seamlessly transition from playing the This Is Hardcore festival to opening for Bayside, because they make perfect sense no matter what bill they're on. Taken in full, Would You Miss It? is the coming-of-age tale of five friends joining together to take on the world. Fueled by a love for music, and a shared creative bond, Koyo sets the bar for the new wave of Long Island bands. As Chiaramonte notes on "Anthem," a lyrical love letter to Long Island scenes of the past, present, and future, "the best is yet to come." Pay attention, because you won't want to miss it.
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Would You Miss It?
Artist: Koyo
Format: CD
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2023 release. Would You Miss It? is the kind of album that could only be made by a group of self-proclaimed genre-obsessives. It's why Koyo can seamlessly transition from playing the This Is Hardcore festival to opening for Bayside, because they make perfect sense no matter what bill they're on. Taken in full, Would You Miss It? is the coming-of-age tale of five friends joining together to take on the world. Fueled by a love for music, and a shared creative bond, Koyo sets the bar for the new wave of Long Island bands. As Chiaramonte notes on "Anthem," a lyrical love letter to Long Island scenes of the past, present, and future, "the best is yet to come." Pay attention, because you won't want to miss it.
        
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