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In Currents is The Early November’s first project in six years. Lead singer/songwriter Ace Enders and his bandmates seem rejuvenated after their hiatus, dishing out their tuneful emo-punk with the same tormented vigor of their early releases. The quintet’s obsession with romantic disappointment is present, along with hints of a newfound maturity. Enders remains adept at shifting from caressing murmurs to syllable-spitting yelps, capturing the volatile mix of tenderness and rage that seethes in his lyrics. “Frayed in Doubt” (defined by Bill Lugg’s slicing guitar riffs), “Wearing a Tie” (melodic but spiky, with a jazz twist) and “Close to You” (a surging, radio-friendly number) are at once pain-wracked and aggressive in feel. Cutting even closer to the bone are downbeat ballads like “Call Off the Bells,” “The Smell of This Place," and especially “Stain on the Carpet”; these songs let Enders ruminate over his bruised emotions in exquisite detail. In Currents is the work of a band grown older and wiser, yet still infused with plenty of adolescent angst and energy.

Customer Reviews


Most underated band of all time. These guys have consistently been putting out good music for over 10 years. Highlights of the album for me are: In Currents, Tell Me Why, Guilt & Swell, Like A Kid, Call Off the Bells. Although, every time I listen to the whole album another song becomes my favorite. This album is easily worth 10 bucks and these dudes deserve it more than anyone. BUY IT!

The Older, Wiser November

'In Currents' is a genuine maturation from The Early November we've come to love for so many years. With each track, Ace's vocals shred through the speakers; eliciting confidence and passion that cannot be captured in a singular word or sentence. The general sound is thicker, fuller and meatier than any previous release. The album makes me feel like I'm there, 15 feet from the stage. It reminds me of deep thunder in the distance that somehow calms me; reassures me that I am on safe, solid ground. It makes me feel like it's more than just music.


I've been a TEN fan since the room's too cold and been following them and ace and all his projects since. TEN and Ace have always been my most meaningful source of music in my life. This new album really is the perfect sum of everything The Early November has done including all of Ace's side projects and the music he has put out. Lyrically, so honest (like everything Ace has ever written) but so timeless. It's early to call this, but I know this is one of those albums I'll be getting more and more out of for years and years like the triple disc and many of ace's solo albums. Vocally Ace is on fire too. So dynamic though. Not just huge all over the place. Guitar tones are so perfect. I love how he incorporated those ambient really reverby guitar tracks in the background of many tracks like he's done in a lot of his solo stuff too. It really adds to the songs. I've never really had a favorite early november song, I think the album's just flow perfectly, but if I had to call out some from the album, "tell my why" has one of the best choruses I've ever heard. I've belted this out my car with the windows down on the freeway a good 10 time by now. "smell of this place" is vocally insane. Ace uses his jazzyish voice like on gold rush and it's so perfect over the rest of the song. "call off the bells" lyrically is one of the most passionate songs I've ever heard. Dang it. So is everything else.I don't feel worth reviewing this! I thought I'd give it a try, I already feel like I didn't give it justice though. Just listen to it!


Formed: 2000 in Hammonton, NJ

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The members of the Early November were young enough to have grown up with the Drive-Thru Records sound, a formula that incorporated sensitive emo, pop, and punk revivalist amalgams with a bit of post-hardcore grit. The band first emerged in 2000, fighting to secure shows in their busy South Jersey scene while hoping to land a deal with Drive-Thru. By 2002, they succeeded when label figureheads Richard and Stefanie Reines signed vocalist/guitarist "Ace" (Arthur) Enders, bassist Sergio Anello, drummer...
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