Ed the Dog’s new single from his debut album Shame is an ode to the simpler times which, in this case, is the television era. Ed Wettenhall has created a song that is reminiscent of 90s pop. Its catchy chorus paired with an upbeat guitar gives off a song-of-the-summer vibe. While “Television Era” is incredibly charming, it also references the angst of nostalgia, growing up, and living in the modern world. But despite that, it still makes you want to dance.

Be sure to check out Ed the Dog’s album, and keep up with him here.

Karina Marquez

Karina Marquez

Writer at Imperfect Fifth
Karina is a recent graduate of University of Missouri with a BA in Communication, English, and Psychology. She is currently working as a writer/contributor at Imperfect Fifth. In her free time, she travels, watches old sitcoms, and tries her best.
Karina Marquez

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