Spending Eternity In A Japanese Convenience Store

Forests - Spending Eternity In A Japanese Convenience Store
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Me? Liking midwest emo? Never.................................This definitely isn't tailored to my taste in any way........
"""Excuse me are you Bjork?
'Cause you're out of this world"""
While very close to your standard catchy, poppy modern emo, Forests deliver an album that stands out from the rest of the pile from its beginning almost solely due to its energy. The feeling of a group of kids playing in a garage carries throughout, helped by the production which gives a bedroom-y feel to the music but not to the point where it becomes "bandcamp emo", although at times when it slows down that energy can quickly dissipate and makes for some pretty dead ... read more
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So for only the second time on this here AOTD journey, today's album is one I've heard before.

'Spending Eternity in a Japanese Convenience Store' sat at an 8/10 for me for the first few months of its release but since has grown off me quite a bit. It's still a very enjoyable record but as quite a big fan of Emo it's quite apparent the band's very math rock inspired sound is ... read more
"You're the best I ever had in my stupid life / So why do I always feel like a bed you don't remember / Falling asleep in?"
Damn. Me too, guy.
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Added on: January 2, 2019