Vinyl LP pressing. It could've been the narrative for a classic coming-of-age comedy. In fact, it'd fit comfortably in your Netflix que alongside 'Say Anything' and 'Reality Bites.' However, it's actually the origin tale of Los Angeles band Decorations... The group's vocalist and jack-of-all-trades Devon Geyer graduated from Berklee College of Music. Postgraduation, he found himself living alone and brokenhearted in Silverlake sans car, girl, and gig. At the same time, many of his friends faced the same real world entry aftershocks. Sound familiar? Devon decided to translate that frustration into sun-kissed, slick, and sharp anthems that everybody could dance their troubles away to like 'New wave without all the sadness.' He emerged with a millennial mash of Elvis Costello's romanticism, The Who's youth in revolt, and just a pinch of indie adventurousness. The songs captured a spirit that spoke not only to his peers, but to Frenchkiss Records. Inking a deal with the label, he'd release his 'Girls' EP in late 2015 driven by the first single of the same name which earned early praise from Stereogum and spotlighted his wild howl. Simultaneously, Devon put the finishing touches on his 2016 full-length debut, 'Have Fun,' which he personally wrote, produced, and played almost every instrument on with engineering courtesy of Mike Malchicoff and Burleigh Drummond on the drums. The first single, Promise, bounces between a clean guitar hum, energetic beat, and unshakable chant, 'So you really f*d up.' Ultimately, 'Decorations' create a soundtrack for a truly universal story.