Bombardier to Pilot's "I Just Had to Get This Off My Chest" EP is a resuscitation to the post-Emo genre. An ode to the days of the earlier part of the Millenium, this EP's guaranteed to make you ask why you ever shelved your Drive Thru Records compilations in the first place.
For starters "Part One" may be the best local track released, ever. Great song composition, catchy as anything, and a pure genius chorus. "Strike Three" has driving rhythms, heavy bass ends and Duncan hitting all the right high notes. "The Ostrich Syndrome" is a darker track that displays the bands ability to be versatile and get grungier on a track. Conversely "Twice in one Year" is a lighter track that has a wonderful pop punk feel to it, think The Starting Line prior to tearing asses up. If you don't get that reference then you probably don't know what Drive-Thru Records use to sound like either making this article too old for you. I digress. Finally "Idle Hands" is an anthem it's on right, and is the track that best encompasses Bombardier to Pilot and this EP as a whole.
There are very releases that get me excited like "I Just Had to Get This Off My Chest" did and still does The CD has been in my car since it's release and has not lost it's spot in my rotation. You can check the band out on Facebook by clicking here. Also make sure to check out their Rescue Music artist profile.