mewithoutYou (untitled) ep review

The best artists are the ones who are willing to take their audience on a journey. This couldn’t be truer for the Pennsylvanian act, mewithoutYou. The band’s musical journey has stretched from aggressive post-hardcore to folk singalongs and poetic narratives about a train wreck and the surviving circus animals. The band’s ambition is seemingly endless and (untitled) tells no different story. The first of mewithoutYou’s two-part opus was released nearly two whole months before the full-length LP and, along with the release of the LP’s lead single, “Julia (Or ‘Holy to the Lord’ on the Bells of Horses’),” it introduced listeners to a potentially game-changing project. The anticipation was tangible.

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