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Eisley Stream New Album

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Feb 15, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

    Your friendly little forum bot. Staff Member

  2. finally finally finally finally finally
  3. MegT585


    Never really got super into Eisley, but I am loving this album.
    trevorshmevor and Jason Tate like this.
  4. disambigujason

    Trusted Supporter

    cant listen to the whole thing now, but that first song is awesome
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  5. Owlex

    free snewt Prestigious

    Wow, really good album. Wasn't sure what to expect with Sherri carrying on the band at this point, but this one is at least as good as any other Eisley album there is.
    Jason Tate likes this.
  6. Really excited to listen to this later and that's only based on the one song I heard haha. Haven't even really been a big fan of this band in the past.
  7. Aaaaaaaaand it's great.

    Not every track did it for me, but I loved enough of these songs to want to give my lesser-favorites another chance.
  8. Lucas27


    I'm Only Streaming.
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  9. Orla

    little old lady Prestigious

    Pleasantly surprised after hearing the entire finished product that Will Yip's hand in an Eisley record seems to have worked out great for these songs. I sorely miss Stacy's musical presence, which is why I'm sure I'll be revisiting their back catalogue way more, but this album seems to stand very well on its own.
  10. RonandTammy Feb 16, 2017
    (Last edited: Feb 16, 2017)


    I'm only on track 2, but I'm already missing the haunting harmonies between Sherri and Stacy. Either way, this is really good, though somewhat generic.

    EDIT: Damn, Rabbit Hole is a beautiful song.
  11. Damien Davies

    Rustin' In The Rain Supporter

    This album is fucking amazing
  12. Bartek T.

    D'oh! Prestigious

    I'll miss Stacy too, but this is still an incredible album, listened twice and I already love it! And the guest vocals are spot on for me.