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still got it

Yeah, Lungfish keeps to what they know after like 15 years, but that doesn't make it boring. Words to describe this: stately, majestic, stoic. The tempo rarely comes out of a crawl, and hearing more than one riff in a song isn't that common. But it's totally gripping. The vocals are usually declarative, but sometimes come completely unhinged. Lyrically, it's not like anything you'll hear anywhere else on Dischord-- highly abstract, alternating between intensely emotional and artsily distant. Overall, with the exception of the lyrics, this album (and Lungfish in general) is deceptively simple. But it's so deliberately and precisely constructed it can hold your attention for quite a while. If you already like Lungfish, you probably know what you're getting, and if you are willing to try something not in the more "normal" emo vein of Dischord, give this a shot.

Feral denotes inbred

God awful, for real. Imagine the same music over and over again, only the lyrics change. But those lyrics rival that of the best highschool angst poetry. I wish I could sell it back.


Formed: 1990 in Baltimore, MD

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Formed in Baltimore, MD, way back in 1988, Lungfish is one of the longest surviving emo bands. Signed to D.C.'s Dischord, Lungfish's highly intense, minimalist yet complex music has been called everything from Taoistic to stoic. Singer and lyricist Daniel Higgs bares his soul with each profound album and is so driven to write that he published an entire book of poems, The Doomsday Bonnet. The band, which also includes Asa Osborne (guitar), Nathan Bell (bass), and Mitchell Feldstein...
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