THE JUNIOR VARSITY may have grown out of the same field as some of their Illinois indie rock contemporaries, but the leaves they sprout are of a different color. They have crafted a style of rock that embraces elements of psychedelic prog and bittersweet pop. They have
created an album of substance, not cliche singles, a true piece of art. Now, on their record Cinematographic, they continue to push themselves and their audience with a fresh collection of forward thinking and gorgeous melodies. Cinematographic favors a lush, hook-laden, pop-rock sound not far removed from such artists as The Police, Counting Crows or Led Zeppelin. In a way, THE JUNIOR VARSITY is ready to lead a new revolution with this record.
Release Date: June 19, 2007
|1.||I Went Blind|
|6.||The Importance Of Being Important|
|7.||Memory Made Easy|
|8.||Try To Define|
|12.||Under The Radar|