Five Years Later returns! And after ten years of silence, its poppunk from the golden days still bursts with melody. New Found Glory, No Use for a Name and Undeclinable still serve as inspiration for these five friends from Amersfoort, who after leaving the nest always know how to find their way back home.
After conquering the world with bands like Destine, Daredevils, Diesel Disko and Ego Dreams, the members of Five Years Later decided in 2016 to retreat to a secluded villa in Luxemburg and start writing new music. Without any preparation, but bursting with energy, the band wrote five new tracks, and recorded them immediately under supervision of guitarist/producer Robin van Loenen.
The result is Beaufort. An EP that sounds exactly like Five Years Later, ten years later: pop at breakneck speeds, vocal harmonies that could melt steel, and a heart that’s been broken too many times as the blueprint for every song.
Beaufort releases fifteen years after Five Years Later started their journey.
released December 16, 2016
Produced & mixed by Robin Van Loenen
Mastered by Troy Glessner
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