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The title track opens the record up, with a flurry of intricate yet flowing rhythms, with their distinct acoustic guitar seamlessly switching between smooth jazz chords, arpeggios and furious noodling. They pull in the heavy punches in the latter half, with a ton of hard-hitting syncopation, screamed vocals, and this harrowing bass tone that solidifies the emotional gut-punch. We get the heaviest and most cathartic outburst to close off the album, with those earworm melodic vocals in the midst of the song to balance out the mix. The tightness through these passages is immensely impressive, and the vocals recall the best of Anthony Green's performances. Nesh is available today from Little Elephant Records. It relies just as much on the space between notes as the notes themselves to provide a nice break and perfect segue into the next half of the album. Overall, this could be CityCop's finest work to date and that is saying a lot. Picking standout tracks is near-impossible, but if I absolutely had to, I would say "Nesh" and "Flatline" floored me the most, but every track offers something different yet equally solid. This track exemplifies that fantastically, where the vocals assist in the rise-and-fall tension the instrumental emits. They're a band who continue to impress with a plethora of influences coming together to create one sound that can only be referred to as "CityCop". You can check out the video for the lead single "Nesh" below, as well as pick up the 7". The third track, "Hindsight" acts as an instrumental guitar interlude. The heavy acoustic strumming is heavenly, creating a harmonious space amidst the emotionally-driven chaos. Since their inception in , they have blended together a plethora of sounds and genres to create something that is completely their own. Finally, to close it out we have "Flatline". Their forlorn vocals carve out melodic passages for the first half of the song, the kind that are just begging to be shouted along to. This track is initially deceiving, because it sets itself up as the poppiest song here, and then immediately curbs that expectation with the most violent vocal eruption and first instance of blast beats on this entire record. The drum work flows effortlessly while the bass knocks out heavy hits of syncopation, providing a sinister tone to the choir of backing vocals. The band's blend of post-hardcore, math rock and emo influences mesh together in this duality of unique complexity and subtle familiarity, which is exactly what makes them stand out so much, and why this opener is a killer introduction to what's to follow.



































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The third track, "Hindsight" acts as an instrumental guitar interlude. They pull in the heavy punches in the latter half, with a ton of hard-hitting syncopation, screamed vocals, and this harrowing bass tone that solidifies the emotional gut-punch. Nesh is available today from Little Elephant Records. The tightness through these passages is immensely impressive, and the vocals recall the best of Anthony Green's performances. Their forlorn vocals carve out melodic passages for the first half of the song, the kind that are just begging to be shouted along to. Overall, this could be CityCop's finest work to date and that is saying a lot. You can check out the video for the lead single "Nesh" below, as well as pick up the 7". The drum work flows effortlessly while the bass knocks out heavy hits of syncopation, providing a sinister tone to the choir of backing vocals. We get the heaviest and most cathartic outburst to close off the album, with those earworm melodic vocals in the midst of the song to balance out the mix. Finally, to close it out we have "Flatline". The band's blend of post-hardcore, math rock and emo influences mesh together in this duality of unique complexity and subtle familiarity, which is exactly what makes them stand out so much, and why this opener is a killer introduction to what's to follow.

The tightness through these passages is immensely impressive, and the vocals recall the best of Anthony Green's performances. You can check out the video for the lead single "Nesh" below, as well as pick up the 7". Picking standout tracks is near-impossible, but if I absolutely had to, I would say "Nesh" and "Flatline" floored me the most, but every track offers something different yet equally solid. Nesh is available today from Little Elephant Records. This track is initially deceiving, because it sets itself up as the poppiest song here, and then immediately curbs that expectation with the most violent vocal eruption and first instance of blast beats on this entire record. They pull in the heavy punches in the latter half, with a ton of hard-hitting syncopation, screamed vocals, and this harrowing bass tone that solidifies the emotional gut-punch. Finally, to close it out we have "Flatline". The drum work flows effortlessly while the bass knocks out heavy hits of syncopation, providing a sinister tone to the choir of backing vocals. Their forlorn vocals carve out melodic passages for the first half of the song, the kind that are just begging to be shouted along to. This track exemplifies that fantastically, where the vocals assist in the rise-and-fall tension the instrumental emits. We get the heaviest and most cathartic outburst to close off the album, with those earworm melodic vocals in the midst of the song to balance out the mix. The third track, "Hindsight" acts as an instrumental guitar interlude. The title track opens the record up, with a flurry of intricate yet flowing rhythms, with their distinct acoustic guitar seamlessly switching between smooth jazz chords, arpeggios and furious noodling. Since their inception in , they have blended together a plethora of sounds and genres to create something that is completely their own. The band's blend of post-hardcore, math rock and emo influences mesh together in this duality of unique complexity and subtle familiarity, which is exactly what makes them stand out so much, and why this opener is a killer introduction to what's to follow. The heavy acoustic strumming is heavenly, creating a harmonious space amidst the emotionally-driven chaos. It relies just as much on the space between notes as the notes themselves to provide a nice break and perfect segue into the next half of the album. Overall, this could be CityCop's finest work to date and that is saying a lot. They're a band who continue to impress with a plethora of influences coming together to create one sound that can only be referred to as "CityCop". Hardcore sex blogspot



We get the heaviest and most cathartic outburst to close off the album, with those earworm melodic vocals in the midst of the song to balance out the mix. The drum work flows effortlessly while the bass knocks out heavy hits of syncopation, providing a sinister tone to the choir of backing vocals. It relies just as much on the space between notes as the notes themselves to provide a nice break and perfect segue into the next half of the album. The third track, "Hindsight" acts as an instrumental guitar interlude. The heavy acoustic strumming is heavenly, creating a harmonious space amidst the emotionally-driven chaos. Nesh is available today from Little Elephant Records. Finally, to close it out we have "Flatline". This track is initially deceiving, because it sets itself up as the poppiest song here, and then immediately curbs that expectation with the most violent vocal eruption and first instance of blast beats on this entire record. This track exemplifies that fantastically, where the vocals assist in the rise-and-fall tension the instrumental emits. They pull in the heavy punches in the latter half, with a ton of hard-hitting syncopation, screamed vocals, and this harrowing bass tone that solidifies the emotional gut-punch. The tightness through these passages is immensely impressive, and the vocals recall the best of Anthony Green's performances. Overall, this could be CityCop's finest work to date and that is saying a lot. You can check out the video for the lead single "Nesh" below, as well as pick up the 7". Their forlorn vocals carve out melodic passages for the first half of the song, the kind that are just begging to be shouted along to. Picking standout tracks is near-impossible, but if I absolutely had to, I would say "Nesh" and "Flatline" floored me the most, but every track offers something different yet equally solid. Since their inception in , they have blended together a plethora of sounds and genres to create something that is completely their own. The band's blend of post-hardcore, math rock and emo influences mesh together in this duality of unique complexity and subtle familiarity, which is exactly what makes them stand out so much, and why this opener is a killer introduction to what's to follow. The title track opens the record up, with a flurry of intricate yet flowing rhythms, with their distinct acoustic guitar seamlessly switching between smooth jazz chords, arpeggios and furious noodling. They're a band who continue to impress with a plethora of influences coming together to create one sound that can only be referred to as "CityCop".

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The drum work flows effortlessly while the bass knocks out heavy hits of syncopation, providing a sinister tone to the choir of backing vocals. We get the heaviest and most cathartic outburst to close off the album, with those earworm melodic vocals in the midst of the song to balance out the mix. They pull in the heavy punches in the latter half, with a ton of hard-hitting syncopation, screamed vocals, and this harrowing bass tone that solidifies the emotional gut-punch. It relies just as much on the space between notes as the notes themselves to provide a nice break and perfect segue into the next half of the album. This track exemplifies that fantastically, where the vocals assist in the rise-and-fall tension the instrumental emits. Overall, this could be CityCop's finest work to date and that is saying a lot. This track is initially deceiving, because it sets itself up as the poppiest song here, and then immediately curbs that expectation with the most violent vocal eruption and first instance of blast beats on this entire record. Their forlorn vocals carve out melodic passages for the first half of the song, the kind that are just begging to be shouted along to. Picking standout tracks is near-impossible, but if I absolutely had to, I would say "Nesh" and "Flatline" floored me the most, but every track offers something different yet equally solid. The third track, "Hindsight" acts as an instrumental guitar interlude. You can check out the video for the lead single "Nesh" below, as well as pick up the 7". The band's blend of post-hardcore, math rock and emo influences mesh together in this duality of unique complexity and subtle familiarity, which is exactly what makes them stand out so much, and why this opener is a killer introduction to what's to follow. Nesh is available today from Little Elephant Records. They're a band who continue to impress with a plethora of influences coming together to create one sound that can only be referred to as "CityCop". The heavy acoustic strumming is heavenly, creating a harmonious space amidst the emotionally-driven chaos. The tightness through these passages is immensely impressive, and the vocals recall the best of Anthony Green's performances. Finally, to close it out we have "Flatline". The title track opens the record up, with a flurry of intricate yet flowing rhythms, with their distinct acoustic guitar seamlessly switching between smooth jazz chords, arpeggios and furious noodling. Since their inception in , they have blended together a plethora of sounds and genres to create something that is completely their own.

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