Tell Me About the Long Dark Path Home

The Newfound Interest In Connecticut - Tell Me About the Long Dark Path Home
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I’ve been wondering for a bit now how to tackle this review, how should I write it, what should I write about, I adore this album and I want to tell you all about it, but then, while I was walking outside one day, I had an idea on what to write about. Why don’t I tell you a story about when The Computers Stopped Exchanging Information and how it affected a group of friends at a party and the stories told by them, and the impact of one of those stories in particular…

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FUCK I GOT SO EXCITED THINKING I FOUND MY NEW ALBUM OF THE YEAR BUT THEN I LEARNED SPOTIFY LIED ABOUT THE RELEASE DATE. anyways, this is a fucking incredible blend of post rock and emo. the instrumental tracks are beautiful and the tracks with vocals are emotional and aggressive. the mad singer’s voice reminded me of the brave little abacus but i honestly find this to be a more consistently great project than any TBLA project. yeah i loved almost every song on this thing. it’s ... read more



Noisy, specific, metallic taste emo sounds. I discovered this group yesterday and was just blown away, for something made in ...quite honestly is mind-blowingly way ahead it's time. To the slappy and sporadic drums and the grungy and distorted guitars are not different from your typical rock song, however TNIIC (The Newfound Intrest In Connecticut) uses it in a way to create a story with sound and leave to listener floored in their seat, i sometimes even felt like there ... read more


Tell Me About the Long Dark Path Home by The Newfound Interest in Conneticut

In my initial review of this album, I felt as if it was pretty disjointed all over the place; so I'm redoing it here. TNIIC is a mysterious band from Ontario, they've resurged during the whole Math Rock revival, but I wouldn't say they're explicitly Math Rock.

Their sound is ultimately very noisy, clashing cymbals, screaming guitars, the whole shtick. I'd say they're moreso of a blend between Math Rock, ... read more


fantastic project.

although, i still don't really care for connecticut.


I know Spotify is a horrible exploitative company but a minuscule shoutout to my recommendations for this

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Track List

  1. The Computers Stopped Exchanging Information
  2. And Started Sharing Stories
  3. And Then They Kissed
  4. Okay, You Can Be Tigers, But No Crashing
  5. Five Years Of Work And We Built That Song
  6. And It Sings For Itself
  7. I Can Hear Your Footsteps Just Outside Camp - Sah, Sah, Sah...
  8. I Can See Your Breath Rising In The Air
  9. On My Back Watching The Northern Lights Recede
  10. The Arctic Circle
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Added on: November 13, 2018