Pictures Of Your Pets

Newgrounds Death Rugby - Pictures Of Your Pets
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Based on 31 ratings
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June 24, 2021 / Release Date
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Damn I really needed this right now..

This album reminds me a lot of Snail Mails "Lush", which had become my favorite comfort album for a long time. The definition of a "comfort album" according to me is an album to put on when felling down and in need of some familiar but also easily digestible music. A comfort album should always work in any situation. Laying in bed, in the car, on a walk, you name it. This is a big reason why comfort albums come so few and far between. ... read more


NGDR is a rising band in the DIY emo scene that has stood out for their great flexible vocals along with some ridiculously funny titles and personal lyrics. I was excited for this new record from them.

There is not a single problem with this album in my eyes. Every song is so unique and greatly performed. No. 1 has a very cute xylophone. The guitar on Cary is wonderful. The vocals on Pictures of Your Pets is the best on the record. NGDR ... read more
An album of seriously beautiful indie emo. Each track is beautifully crafted and perfect. A serious contendor for my album of the year.
While I don't love this album, I can certainly see it's appeal. Pictures of Your Pets has some really good songwriting that I can see a lot of people relating to, a lot of which revolve around growing older and wishing you could go back to a simpler time. A lot of the songs on here seem to be very mixed emotionally with some of the tracks on here being rather sad before turning into much more aggressive and angry songs which, as a concept, isn't that bad and I actually like the idea of it, but ... read more
"Lately, everything has been fucking getting to me!!!!!!" Danny Jorgensen screams out on Cary, one of the most sublime tracks from Newgrounds Death Rugby's sophomore record Pictures of Your Pets. Their most enraged effort yet and their first for indie label Sun Eater, they keep their lo-fi sound while showing how urgent they can be. Where their folky rebut Hideaway desired softer pleasures, Pictures of Your Pets is closer to post-hardcore madness than anything else. The band is still ... read more
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Added on: June 7, 2021