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On Young and Heartless’ second album, they transform the ragged earthiness of their debut into something more vaporous. Jeremy Henninger’s intense, intimate vocals still ooze alienation, but this time around, they come cloaked in swelling guitars and bottomless reverb. “Stay Away,” “Fall,” and “Misery on Misery” are emo-stained reflections on heartache that unfold like fuzzy shadow play. Though the music rarely rises above a whisper, the delicately cruising “Noisecreep” is a gorgeous testament to the band’s ability to maximize dynamics in such a minimal setting.

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Biography

Formed: 2011 in Harrisburg, PA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Pennsylvania four-piece Young and Heartless were formed in 2011 by singer/guitarist Jeremy Henninger, guitarist Bryan Tricarico, bassist Britain Weyant, and drummer Jake Lepley. Born out of Harrisburg's hardcore/pop-punk scene, the band's blend of moody introspection and tense indie rock has drawn comparisons to acts like Brand New and Balance & Composure. A pair of EPs in 2012 and 2013 paved the way for their full-length debut, The Pull of Gravity, which arrived in 2014. The album's critical reception...
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