- You're Not As ______ As You Think

Sorority Noise - You're Not As ______ As You Think
CRITIC SCORE
79
Based on 10 reviews
2017 Rank: #48 / 227
USER SCORE
78
Based on
45 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
The 405

It’s emotionally rich, and intelligent, and purposeful, and firmly cohesive; that such divergent realms of ideas not only coagulate but conduce is truly remarkable.

90
Alternative Press

It’s an album that holds nothing back. Musically, it’s nuanced but raw, explosive but restrained, matched only by the torrent of unapologetic emotion of Boucher’s subject matter.

89
Paste

YNA_AYT is without a doubt the best work of Sorority Noise’s still-nascent career, and an early frontrunner for one of the best albums of 2017. It is emotionally complex, yet full of uplifting melodies that feel designed to pull the listener — or at least Boucher — out of the dark corners of the mind.

80
Exclaim!

With an aching, plainspoken delivery, Boucher contemplates faith and mortality in the face of tragedy and mourning.

80
DIY

Where Sorority Noise really shine here is through the songs that evolve to embody their every dynamic.

80
God Is in the TV

What sits beneath is dark, complex and mesmerically beautiful; it’s almost too blissfully unique.

80
Pitchfork

Sorority Noise know brutal honesty can be uncomfortable, but they employ it so well on their latest album, a rafter-reaching emo record about the raw stages of grief and loneliness.

75
A.V. Club

It’s a pop album steeped in the traditions of post-Brand New emo and pop punk, with big, layered choruses offset by minimalist bridges, all in service of a record that’s basically a how-to guide for grief.

70
AllMusic

Tonally falling somewhere between Joy, Departed and It Kindly Stopped for Me, the album's blunt confessionalism doesn't always make for an inviting world, but is nothing if not completely honest.

46
Sputnikmusic

You’re Not As ___ As You Think feels like the conclusion to something that was never started in the first place, it hasn’t earned any of the things it takes without asking, it’s a shallow pretender desperately fumbling in the deep end, and it’s an unfortunate development for a band that used to write dumb, fun songs about girls.

87
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somans
81
Dear listener, someday you, I, and everyone else out there in the world will die. This is a frightening, though inevitable, fact of life. (Well, we'll see if cybernetics shake things up, but that's besides the point.) If you are afraid, then that means you're alive -- you're feeling something. With that being said, I introduce to you Sorority Noise's You're Not As ___ As You Think. Let's do this.

Emo outfit Sorority Noise's latest release is, succinctly, a major emotional bummer, but a damn ... read more
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DETAILS

March 17, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Triple Crown / Label
Emo, Indie Rock / Genres
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Track List
  1. No Halo
  2. A Portrait Of
  3. First Letter From St. Sean
  4. A Better Sun
  5. Disappeared
  6. Car
  7. Where Are You?
  8. Second Letter from St. Julien
  9. Leave the Fan On
  10. New Room
Contributions By
thisisabtlgrnd, philthy, patton


Added on: February 2, 2017