You Blew It!
I didn’t expect to fall so hard for an “emo” album, but here I am and having this in heavy rotation, as it soundtracks the closure of this shitty year. But the thing is, this emo album isn’t your stereotypical emo – it gives hope and is sonically beautiful and dynamic. The days of whiny pop-punk emo have passed, and if this second wave takes after this album, a more refined emo, based off of Pinkerton and modern-day indie-rock, is the new path.
Favorite Track: Sundial Song