Feel Something

Movements - Feel Something
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Based on 47 ratings
2017 Ratings: #27
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October 20, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Fearless / Label
Emo, Post-Hardcore / Genres
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Excuse the seriousness, but im about to get really personal. If you have the time, please read this. I'd appreciate it.

Do you ever have an album just absolutely shake you to the core?

Like we all go through our stuggles and everything and have bouts with depression, and I think that it is more than safe to say that we all have at least one album that helped to pull us out of that dark place.

Thats what this album is to me

I was coming home to daily beatings from a Dad who didn't love me, ... read more
Well wasn't this a peasant surprise! This is well written, well played, with a solid vocalist and melodies that are catchy without becoming corny.

EDIT: This has shrunk a bit since my first listen, but still solid (my original score was an 87).

EDIT 2: Okay it's an 87 again
Beautiful post-hardcore that truly shocked me
The emotional weight found within this is simply staggering, awe-inspiring, and just hits so close to home. From the longing for sunshine in the midst of an all-encompassing grey on Daylily, to the haunting real life experience of the lead vocalists' grandfather's battle with alzheimers in Deadly Dull (that perfectly mirrors my own situation), this album is one hell of a depressive, yet beautiful experience.

But it's not all doom and gloom, as even in spite of the bleak topics, it still ... read more
If I can sum up my life, previous relationships and how I feel the majority of my days, I would just show people this album. Listen this from the beginning to the end, no skips, no shuffling, just focus on the lyrics.

Favorite Tracks:
Full Circle, Colorblind, Daylily, Deadly Dull, Suffer Through, Under The Gun, Submerge, The Grey [That song made me cry a few times, too relateable]
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Added on: October 23, 2017