11 Songs, 33 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
97 Ratings
97 Ratings
Tidel wave ,

Their best work to date

I’ve been with them since what you don’t see and I’ve loved their progression since then. This album is by far their best work, it’s unique enough to stay fresh but it still has their signature sound. Parker just keeps getting better as a singer and songwriter

Deez nuts11 ,

No bad things about this album at all.

Perfect album. Has a change up in some songs and other songs remind me of older songs. Well balanced. Really love this album.

medstudent7143 ,

Ya’ll have made my year. 💕

It’s been an eager, but patient three years. Bring it on, fellas. I’m stoked to hear what you’ve got to give, as always.

About The Story So Far

Inspired by both energetic pop-punk and the wistfulness of classic emo acts, Walnut Creek, California punk quintet the Story So Far formed in 2007. The founding lineup included vocalist Parker Cannon, guitarists Kevin Geyer and Kevin Ambrose, drummer Ryan Torf, and bassist Kelen Capener. Ambrose left the band in 2010, and was replaced by William Levy. The group signed with Pure Noise Records and released its debut full-length, Under Soil and Dirt, in 2011. Amid a heavy touring schedule, they also managed to release multiple EPs and split releases before offering up their second album, What You Don't See, in 2013. It spent a week on the Billboard 200 at number 46, a feat outdone by their eponymous 2015 LP, which reached number 23. They returned to the studio in the spring of 2017 to record their fourth album, which was teased by the single "Out of It" that September. ~ Fred Thomas