Jimmy Eat World: Pop-Punk, All Grown Up

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Jimmy Eat World

Formed by four childhood friends some twenty years ago pop-punk band Jimmy Eat World first broke into the mainstream with its 2001 hit "The Middle" -- a song counted among Pitchfork's Top 500 Tracks of the 2000's and heralded as a kind of post-9/11 pop reassurance that "everything will be alright."

Now, the group has released its eighth full-length record, Damage, a collection of love songs and breakup songs and pop-punk songs all grown up. The band plays live.

Set List:

  • "Damage"
  • "No, Never"
  • "Work"