every time i wear a band t-shirt i think someone will recognise it and we’ll talk and stuff
Wednesday, April 30th, 2014 at The UCR Barn
Casey Crescenzo of The Dear Hunter
Back when The Dear Hunter had their website set up for Act III, it had this cool layout and this little steamboatish sound. I liked the colors and animation on it. I can’t wait until Act IV so they do something like that again. It was pretty much this theme (looks like The Church and the Dime music video):
Anyway, they had two songs (er..movements) that would play on the site “movement1” and “movement2” that were downloadable. Here’s movement2. I like how chill it starts and then builds up and gets super intense to something that would be in a horror movie or something.
movement2 - The Dear Hunter
WOW OKAY REALLY EXCITING THING I FOUND OUT YESTERDAY
don’t mind me reblogging this post from two years ago so this song and movement1 (along with “Untitled 1” and “Writing on a Wall (a capella)”) ARE actually on an album. These songs were featured on their website back when Act III came out and were on the deluxe version of Act III: Life and Death and was only available as a pre-order but was also seen at the merch table on their tour with Kay Kay and His Weathered Underground and mewithoutYou. I happened to find a copy of the deluxe version on Ebay yesterday and bought it right away $75 but totes worth it along with the Act III vinyl (on Amazon) because they just came out with different vinyls for the Acts which I personally am not a fan of, I like the older style better and I can’t find Acts I and II anywhere D: I should’ve gotten them with the Symphony pledge but I already pledged before they came out with that deal.
And as for the podcast I mentioned last night,
not that anyone probably cares about the Dear Hunter stuff I talk about, apparently Casey talks about the rest of the Acts I fell asleep and didn’t find out but you can find the podcast here and listen for yourself c:
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