REVIEW | Excuses Excuses – Catch Me If You Can


Toronto’s finest punk rock trio Excuses Excuses are back in the limelight with their second EP – Catch Me If You Can.

Pizza & Cigarettes gets it started in wild fashion, followed up by the brilliant, bass-driven title track which is immensely catchy and rocking a seriously good chorus, a trend that is recurrent in Face The Fear, which is prominent with its lyrics.

Jimmy Snow is solid and displays some fine riffs, similarly so in Stoned In The Sun, and eventually they charge to a blinding finish with the high-octane Rebel Without A Clue.

A stormer of an EP that easily trumps their debut record. This was two years in the making, and well worth the wait. I’ll certainly be keeping this one on repeat for the foreseeable future.

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