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Album Review

2013's Migrant Reprise saw Dear Hunter mastermind Casey Crescenzo taking a break from his conceptual album cycle and delivering a traditional, non-linear set of ambitious orchestral art-rock. As its title would suggest, 2015's Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise is the fourth installment of the planned six-part series, and picks up right where 2009's well-received Act III: Life and Death left off, chronicling the emotional highs and lows of a boy born at beginning of the 21st century who is facing the complexities of adulthood.

Customer Reviews


This early release song is absolutely amazing. Can't wait to hear the rest of the album!

I fell in love to this band

Fantastic musicians, incredible writers and composers, with a fantastic live performance to boot. There is nobody quite like The Dear Hunter. I cant wait to fall in love with it all over again.

Can't wait

Based off "a night on the town" this album has so much promise. A culmination of the original sound from the ACTS mixed with the promising musical growth/diversity of the newer albums along with the usual awesomeness that is The Dear Hunter. Chances are that if you are reading this you already know the greatness of this band...however if you are new to The Dear Hunter scene... You have stumbled upon the holy grail of music. ENJOY.


Formed: 2005 in Providence, RI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Dear Hunter started as a solo side project by singer and keyboardist Casey Crescenzo, formerly a key member of Belchertown, Massachusetts emo act the Receiving End of Sirens. An outlet for Crescenzo's songs that didn't fit the Receiving End of Sirens' heavy post-hardcore vibe, the Dear Hunter was initially envisioned as a concurrent project. Indeed, Crescenzo's first gig as the Dear Hunter was an opening slot for the Receiving End of Sirens, at which he was backed by the other members of the...
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