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Editors’ Notes

With the thundering opening riff of "Top Notch," Manchester Orchestra signal the heavy, guitar-driven direction of Cope. A flurry of cymbal crashes, pinch harmonics, palm mutes, and throaty roars quickly follow, filling each song with unprecedented urgency and force. While distorted hooks and explosive drums take center stage on the quintet’s fourth album, frontman Andy Hull overlays it all with ample vulnerability, brought to life through his signature blend of earnest lyrics and painstakingly perfected harmonies. As usual, Hull explores a range of bleak topics, but the restless tempo and lively choruses here are more concerned with headbanging than reflection. The relentless guitar onslaught and solemn lyrics stitch together like a minotaur, both unapologetically fierce and human.

Customer Reviews

They do it again!

Time after time Manchester Orchestra delivers original, kickass, creative rock where no 2 songs ever sound the same. This album seems to punch you a little harder than any of their previous work and it feels amazing! As a rock fan in an era lacking new creative rock and when bands are constantly selling out, these guys are keeping my faith and love for rock alive!!!!! Keep doing what you're doing!!!!

I don’t understand...

…all the positive reviews. Go back and listen to Mean Everything to Nothing and then tell me that Cope is a 5 star album. The diverse and creative melodies are absent, with each song sounding like a Weezer B-side. No tracks really stands out, just sounds like another generic alt rock band.

It’s going to be a good one!

Been rocking the first 2 singles from “Cope” as soon as I could get my hands on them. Was fortunate to see them live in Anchorage, Alaska on 3/6/14 where in addition to “Every Stone” and “Top Notch” they played “Cope” and “The Ocean”. From what I’ve heard this album is a no brainier, great for both MO newcomers and us "seasoned vets”. Also, if you get an opportunity to catch them live…DO NOT PASS IT UP! Truly, one of the best rock shows I’ve ever seen!

Biography

Formed: 2004 in Atlanta, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

As led by singer/songwriter/guitarist Andy Hull, the maturity of Manchester Orchestra's songwriting belied the fact that the bandmembers were barely legal when their group sprung into existence. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the indie rock outfit grew out of songs that Hull had begun writing while attending high school. Encouraged by positive response, he opted for home schooling during his senior year, which afforded him enough time to compose and record in the studio. Friends began...
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Cope (Deluxe Version), Manchester Orchestra
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: Apr 01, 2014

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