10 Songs, 34 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
12 Ratings
12 Ratings

Big Step Forward

Caleb D Jones

The singles definitely had me excited for this release, but the final product here is much different than what I was expecting. While I was anticipating a slightly heavier release than "Stovall," much of the material here carries an airy, almost carefree tone. Lyrically, I think this holds up against Microwave's debut, an incredibly emotional and personal ride. Overall the timbre is still classic Microwave, but with a different and creative twist. Definitely worth the money, and I can't wait to see these guys again when they come through my town!

Much Love for Much Love


Microwave couldn't have followed up Stovall any better. It has moments of Stovall's angst and rawness, yet has some really reflective and somber parts which are beautifully dark. The last song 'Wrong' has so much emotion that I nearly stop what I'm doing every time I listen to it and stare off into nothing. Great job guys, I love it. I know my friends do too!

Really great band


I stumbled upon Stovall and really fell in love. I was hesitant to try this album out after hearing a couple songs, but it is just as good as Stovall.

About Microwave

Formed in Woodstock, Georgia in 2012 by members of regional emo, punk-pop, and post-hardcore bands, Microwave fuses elements of all of these behind lead singer Nathan Hardy. After returning to his home state of Georgia from a missionary trip to the West Coast, Hardy enlisted a friend from high school, drummer Timothy "Tito" Pittard (Have You Seen My Ghost?), before adding guitarist Wesley Swanson (Darksided) and bass player Tyler Hill (We're Only Fiction) to the lineup. Starting out with songs Hardy had written while away, Microwave released the EPs Nowhere Feels Like Home and When the Fever Breaks in 2013. Their first full-length, Stovall, followed in 2014 and was inspired by the aftermath of Hardy parting ways with the Mormon Church. SideOneDummy Records signed the group for their follow-up, Much Love, which arrived in the fall of 2016. It marked their Billboard debut, landing on the Heatseekers Albums chart. ~ Marcy Donelson

Woodstock, GA



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