New Experimental Pop From The Dandelion War

I was close to calling this new song “Drifters” from The Dandelion War an instrumental tune since the lyrics and vocals are extremely hushed and low in the mix.  You might also rush to that conclusion upon first listen with the sounds conveyed similar to Sigur Ros meets This Will Destroy You.  It’s lengthy, it’s epic, and it’s completely open to your own interpretation.  The band have a new album, We Were Always Loyal to Lost Causes, coming on September 12th via Deep Elm Records.  Right now we’ve only got a stream for you.

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Deep Elm Emo Sampler

deepelmIf you thought emo was dead, think again peoples!  The now legendary label Deep Elm is offering up a 15 song sampler of emo tracks from all of their artists new and old.  ATH favorites like Appleseed Cast, Slowride, Sounds Like Violence, and a slew of others appear on the free compilation.  Here’s one of our favorite old school emo tunes featured on the sampler by Appleseed Cast.

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Download: Appleseed Cast – Marigold & Patchwork [MP3]