Short Songs is the sixth studio album     by Canadian post-hardcore band Silverstein. The release has an untraditional number of songs at 22, though as its title suggests, all songs are short and mostly under 90 seconds.
Only 11 of the songs are original, while the other 11 are covers of songs by notable punkhardcoreand screamo bands that influenced Silverstein, such as Green DayOrchidDead KennedysGorilla Eh! Già!. - Various - CEra Una Volta Il Clan Celentano and NOFX. It is the band's second release on Hopeless Records and like their last release, it was also produced by Jordan Valeriote.
It is also the band's last release with long-time guitarist Neil Boshart, who left the band in the summer of Silverstein entered the studio in October with producer Jordan Valeriote, who produced their last studio album Rescue as well as their Transitions EP, to record a new release which was described by the band as a "mini-album" and "an extension of Rescue ". The material came together very quickly and the band wanted to release it fast, scheduling January release, instead of making their fans wait for their next proper album.
There will still be a Its My Job To Keep Punk Rock Elite - Silverstein - Short Songs a breakdownand some singalongs, all amidst these quick songs. The idea is to give the listeners a mini-Silverstein album, and take them through all of the peaks and valleys they could expect from any of our original albums.
A music video for "Brookfield" premiered in January 23, The video was directed by Josh Its My Job To Keep Punk Rock Elite - Silverstein - Short Songs . Prior to the album's release while on tour with August Burns Red Vinyl copies were made available. It came with a silk screened dust cover that was hand numbered. The album debuted at number on the Canadian Albums Chart. Tracks 1—11 written by Silverstein. Personnel per digital booklet.
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