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No matter your age, angst remains a powerful muse. Jimmy Eat World have been channelling theirs into catchy emotive rock – don’t call them emo! – since their 1994 debut,…

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If there’s one thing that this Arizonan four-piece have been masters of since their inception in the early ’90s, it’s consistently possessing the over-bearing sentimentality of a teenage girl. Their…

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Jimmy Eat World don’t get any more interesting to look at but, six albums in, they’re still the most reliable practitioners of big-hearted man-rock on the planet. And, having distanced…

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