The National Post reviews:

Sutherland says that, in researching Perfect Youth, he discovered Canadian punk wasn’t a sound “defined by its unifying sonic characteristics, but a shared understanding of our isolation.” Divided by geography, both from each other and the rest of the world, Canadian punk bands often faced the sense of screaming into the void, slaving away on their own. In this book, however, Sutherland has brought the movement together with a clarity and intimacy never achieved before, and for its moments of guilelessness and raw delight, reveals the value of a scene that self-deprecates as often as it’s been dismissed.

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