Automatic" is the first single from The Get Up Kids' album There Are Rules. After the band's breakup in 2005, "Automatic" was the first single released by the band since their reformation in 2008. All tracks written by The Get Up Kids. Automatic" was released in the fall of 2011 on 7" Vinyl. It was the band's first release on their own Quality Hill Recordings label, and marked the band's departure from long-time partners Vagrant Records. A Music video for the song was released on February 17, 2011.
Album There Are Rules. The kid's alone just watching static The circuit's blown It's just a habit No, he's not an addict. When all was still, his mind's erratic Say what you will It's so traumatic Yeah, it's automatic. He wants to lead a life so tragic The therapy Is just a habit No, he's not an addict. Hang up the phone it's time to panic The bird has flown He's so dramatic Yeah it's automatic. So tell me what you wanna believe Cause this is like a dream I'm watching.
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Profile: USA Indie Rock/ Emo Band from Kansas City/Missouri.
The Get Up Kids are an American alternative rock band from Kansas City, Missouri. Formed in 1995, the band was a major player in the mid-90s emo scene, otherwise known as the "second wave" of emo music. As they gained prominence, they began touring with bands such as Green Day and Weezer before becoming headliners themselves, eventually embarking on international tours of Japan and Europe. They founded Heroes & Villains Records, an imprint of the successful indie rock label Vagrant Records. The Get Up Kids were viewed throughout their existence as a prototypical emo band, having been major players in the Midwest emo movement of the mid-1990s. However, like many early emo bands, The Get Up Kids, sought to dissociate themselves with the term, as it was considered dismissive to be seen as an "emo band.
The Get Up Kids have finally released their first music video in over 7 years. The video for ‘Automatic’ can be viewed below, with the track taken from their latest record, ‘There Are Rules’: Zach Redrup. Judge of the quick & the dead since 1989. Missouri based rockers The Get Up Kids have been at the game since 1995, save for a brief hiatus between 2005 and 2008. Now, seven years following the release of their 2011 full-length ‘There Are Rules’, the quintet have a new EP under their belts.
A telekinetic dream of an automatic car wash and your older brother's sweet ride.
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