Five O'clock Heroes / Different Times
Album:Different Times Collection:General
Artist:Five O'clock Heroes Added:Feb 2011
Label:Glaze Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2011-02-13 Pull Date:2011-04-17 
Week Ending:Apr 10Apr 3Mar 27Mar 20Mar 13Mar 6Feb 27Feb 20

Recent Airplay
1.Apr 09, 2011:Of Sound Mind
4.Mar 31, 2011:The Independent Mind
2.Apr 08, 2011:Time Traveler
City Of Lights
5.Mar 25, 2011:Time Traveler
City Of Lights
3.Apr 06, 2011:The Independent Mind
Just A Friend Of Mine
6.Mar 23, 2011:The Independent Mind
City Of Lights

Album Review
Rasmus Rygaard
Reviewed 2011-02-14 
The press release mentioned the Strokes, but nobody told Five O’clock Heroes about that. This is pretty straightforward indie rock with some solid bass/drum interplay and vocals that you may fall in love with at first listen or despise passionately. Think an even more British version of The Clash on a sunny day.
FCC: Clean
Try: 6, 3, 8

1) 5:24 Long acoustic guitar opening, transitions to laid back guitar rock with retro vocals and a few keys for kicks.
2) 4:38 Tight bass/drum/guitar groove. Warm, sunny and sorrowless
3) 3:38 * Acoustic guitar and bass foundation. Very layered, nice harmonies in the chorus.
4) 3:15 Very strange dark piano rock. Guitar work sounds very 80s. Simple and groovy piano/keys riff.
5) 3:14 Sounds like the reggae-heavy side of the clash. Falsetto backing vocals and lyrics about being “way down in Londontown”
6) 4:12 * Strange opening with steel guitar and “I don’t need to go out” The track itself is somewhat Bowie, too. Blissful upbeat pop
7) 3:24 Sweet acoustic ballad with rhodes keys in the background
8) 3:20 * Classic jangly indie rock. There’s a guitar solo, too
9) 2:42 Pretty straight forward, but the sax solo is a bit of a curveball
10) 3:18 Stomping indie rock, upbeat and jangly

Track Listing
1.Diplomat 6.City Of Lights
2.Rough Boys 7.Postcard
3.Tell Me 8.Londinium
4.The Cut 9.I Need You Around
5.Boys Not Girls 10.Just A Friend Of Mine