By Zoe Nixon
Canadian emo-rock group makes a statement in their debut album, “Eulogy”. The title is exactly what the album feels like: a speech to friends lost and hurting along the way. They highlight strong drum patterns, experiments with atmospheric instrumentation, and gang vocals throughout the album, but what’s to be truly lauded is the songwriting. With their strong imagery and loaded words in songs, like “Ghost Writing” and “Cold Tea,” it’s enough to make some casual listeners into fans with their message of the pains of trying to move on in life. Here’s hoping we hear more experimentation and heaviness in their future.
Check Out: A Letter to a Dead Friend
For fans of: Milestones, La Dispute, Twenty One Pilots