Style: Spunky, energetic tween pop; Jump5, The Jonas Brothers, The Rubyz
Top tracks: "Not Too Young," "Misfits," "Forever"
In a nutshell: This band is right on target for the tween pop scene. Energetic power chords, synthesized beats, and unshakable harmonies mark the sound from five young guys who sing about finding self-esteem through faith, about nonconformity, and about embracing eternal life. In fact, there's so much promise in the tracks presented that it's downright perplexing why the "official" album ends after just five tunes and listeners are left with unneeded karaoke versions of everything they just heard.1
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