#1
Anybody else heard of them? I've followed them pretty heavily for the last half year or so, and I can safely say the new album is easily their best yet, which is a real accomplishment. Definitely going to be one of my very favorites of the year. Any Manchester Orch/Brand New/anything else of that genre fans would be silly not to give them a listen.

Stream the whole album here:
http://www.spinner.com/new-releases#/14
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#2
I loved We Sing The Body Electric! but this felt like a bit of a letdown. It seems you feel differently, though, so maybe I should give it another listen... Either way, they're a great band and nice guys. I'm excited to see them open for The Joy Formidable next week.
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#3
It's a tiny bit less aggressive than their other two, but the songwriting remains the same to me. And I appreciate the much better production values in this one compared to the others, as I'm a bit of a whore for perfectly mixed music.

And I need to see them live again. When I saw them open for Margot & the Nuclear So and So's, nobody knew who the Lonely Forest was, and by the end just about everyone became a huge fan. It was their last day of being on tour, so they went balls out, destroying a drum and breaking a guitar. John said it was one of his best shows yet
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