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'131', a gigantic leap forward for Emarosa, with frontman Bradley Walden's soulful, stratospheric vocals on full display and instrumentation that recalls alt-emo stalwarts such as Anberlin & 30 Seconds To Mars with plenty of R&B inflection and even a little progginess a la the Receiving End Of Sirens. (Walden even throws in a lyrical easter egg in '131's final track, "Re:," as a nod to TREOS.) Featuring fan favorite tracks "Sure", "Blue", & "Helpless". A huge proponent in pushing the band forward to new sonic spaces was producer Casey Bates (Portugal. The Man, Pierce The Veil), who entered a Nashville studio with Emarosa in early 2016 to create '131'. '131' benefited from many helping hands, from Matchbook Romance bassist Ryan Kienle & Beartooth drummer Connor Denis serving as the rhythm section & guest vocalists such as Acceptance frontman Jason Vena on "Young Lonely".
'131', a gigantic leap forward for Emarosa, with frontman Bradley Walden's soulful, stratospheric vocals on full display and instrumentation that recalls alt-emo stalwarts such as Anberlin & 30 Seconds To Mars with plenty of R&B inflection and even a little progginess a la the Receiving End Of Sirens. (Walden even throws in a lyrical easter egg in '131's final track, "Re:," as a nod to TREOS.) Featuring fan favorite tracks "Sure", "Blue", & "Helpless". A huge proponent in pushing the band forward to new sonic spaces was producer Casey Bates (Portugal. The Man, Pierce The Veil), who entered a Nashville studio with Emarosa in early 2016 to create '131'. '131' benefited from many helping hands, from Matchbook Romance bassist Ryan Kienle & Beartooth drummer Connor Denis serving as the rhythm section & guest vocalists such as Acceptance frontman Jason Vena on "Young Lonely".
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131 - Electric Blue (Blue) [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Emarosa
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $24.98
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DISC: 1

1. Hurt
2. One Car Garage
3. Sure
4. Miracle
5. Cloud 9
6. Helpless
7. Porcelain
8. Never
9. Young Lonely
10. Blue
11. Re

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'131', a gigantic leap forward for Emarosa, with frontman Bradley Walden's soulful, stratospheric vocals on full display and instrumentation that recalls alt-emo stalwarts such as Anberlin & 30 Seconds To Mars with plenty of R&B inflection and even a little progginess a la the Receiving End Of Sirens. (Walden even throws in a lyrical easter egg in '131's final track, "Re:," as a nod to TREOS.) Featuring fan favorite tracks "Sure", "Blue", & "Helpless". A huge proponent in pushing the band forward to new sonic spaces was producer Casey Bates (Portugal. The Man, Pierce The Veil), who entered a Nashville studio with Emarosa in early 2016 to create '131'. '131' benefited from many helping hands, from Matchbook Romance bassist Ryan Kienle & Beartooth drummer Connor Denis serving as the rhythm section & guest vocalists such as Acceptance frontman Jason Vena on "Young Lonely".
        
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