Super American just want to live with the lights on. The Buffalo-based boys of pop [Matt Cox – vocals/guitar/bass & Pat Feeley – vocals/guitar/bass] have long strived to create something that could offer solace in the form of a momentary lapse in reality. The bright and buoyant nature of their songwriting cuts through the darkness of day to day life like a nightlight — offering up feelings of comfort and security in a time that often feels void of it. And it’s this unofficial mission statement of sorts has served as the red string and push pins that have held their catalog together as they continue to evolve at break-neck speeds. 
 The jump from the youth-soaked pop-punk of Disposable to the punchdrunk guitar pop offerings on their debut album, Tequila Sunrise, is one that few bands could pull off successfully, but Super American made it look effortless. As far as they’re concerned, these were just two sides of the same coin. Just as similar sonically as they are different, but it’s all Super American. With the release of their album sampler, Yobwoc, the tag-team have returned from a year of silence with a renewed sense of purpose.