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I found this band a week ago, and then i found out they had a new album coning out a week later... I was so excited. it's good
definitely not as good as the rest of theyre stuff though.

Enlightened Transformation

Beats that drive. Instrumental dancing ballads. Melodies that linger. Stories told throughout a vast, poetic and imaginative field. Proof they're transforming. I Love it!

I was just wondering when I'd see new stuff :)

I have been listening to The Dear Hunter since the band was formed, after Casey Crescenzo left The Receiving End of Sirens. I have enjoyed the wild orchestral sound of the last three albums but this is a wonderful change of pace.
My favorite tracks were always the softer ones (Saved, Black Sandy Beaches). This album has found a way to bring quite a bit more of that intimacy without losing its charge. The boisterousness is just in more tactful bursts.
Adding more electronics is also paying off refreshingly. Really just a great album. Took something I loved and made me love it more :)
I encourage any skeptical fan of the old stuff to let this grow on them :)
I do wish Never Forgive Never Forget was on here though..
I had to write this review twice because I checked a spelling. I hope it's helpful to someone :)


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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