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Excellent politically charged, anthemic emo punk / post-hardcore from The Hotelier who dropped by the shop and played a sold out Fighting Cocks show earlier this year!
Singer Christian Holden pushes his clean voice until it crumbles, on "The Scope of All of This Rebuilding" against a strutting pace, and on the furious "Life in Drag", but most powerfully during the chorus of "Your Deep Rest" where his words are heart-wrenching and haunting. As drummer Sam Frederick stamps out an enormous beat and chords—strummed by Cody Millet, Scott Ayotte, and Chris Hoffman—clamor around him, Holden sings, "I called in sick from your funeral / tradition of closure made it feel impossible… / I should have never kept my word to you Not a cry not a sound / Might've learned how to swim but never taught how to drown /You said remember me for me, I need to set my spirit free."
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- 1.An Introduction To The Album
- 2.The Scope Of All Of This Rebuilding
- 3.In Framing
- 4.Your Deep Rest
- 5.Among The Wildflowers
- 6.Life In Drag
- 8.Discomfort Revisited
Cat no: TE127
Label: Tiny Engines
Info correct on: 18/12/2019