‘What’s the Plan’ by The Flips Is Sad, Understated Chicago Pop Punk

12 15 18 The Flips.jpg‘What’s the Plan’ by The Flips is some glum, sparkly pop punk out of Chicago. “The themes of mental health appear often in my songwriting,” says frontman Nick Sintos. This track “literally refers to a getting on a treatment plan for depression and anxiety,” he says. These guys take a nice, expansive approach to the gritty, eclectic and brutally honest pop punk brought to the limelight by acts like Sorority Noise, Knuckle Puck and Real Friends. There’s certainly a lot of feeling on here, but it’s backed up by some on-point performances and well-balanced approach to production that really lets the various elements at play here shine through. This is a dope track from a cool project. Check out ‘What’s the Plan’ below!





Noah Zucker // IG – @zucker.n // Twitter – @zuckern13

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