Debut EP from Jets Can't Land. On 75 or Less Records.
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EP Premiere: Providence’s Jets Can’t Land serve up a skilled power-pop punch
Discovering pure power-pop in Rhode Island is no easy task, but Providence rock and roll quartet Jets Can’t Land seem to have it down to a science on their new EP You Can’t Linger On. A sound that’s an amalgamation of tones reminiscent of Sloan, Big Star, and Cheap Trick, the foursome keep it real with tight hooks and groovy guitar solos. Songs about the apocalypse, sci-fi films, and the shit that hurts give a sense of hopeless romantic nerdiness shouting out to the closeted individuals who also want to take someone out on a date. It sums up as heartfelt, bare bones rock that shouldn’t be overlooked.
(via BY: ROB DUGUAY Vanyaland)
"Coming right out of a thriving Providence rock scene, Jets Can't Land sound like they hung out with Deer Tick and co. in sweaty bars, especially with songs like “Wasted.”
On their debut EP, You Can’t Linger On, Jets Can’t Land shoots up a hefty dose of ’90s indie rock fueled by feedback and flannel. The opening, “A 70’s Photograph,” is like what would happen if Camper Van Beethoven and Pavement got drunk in a practice space in Olneyville and decided to cut an album.
Marc Clarkin at Motif Magazine likes our ode to a certain Stanley Kubrick film.
"Jets Can’t Land open the show with a truck bomb of ’90s indie rock. On an added note, Jets Can’t Land have a tune called “I Can’t Do That Dave” that is a contender for my local song of the year coming in the next issue."