First track sounds like some throwaway interlude jam from a bad R&B album with an amateur vocalist. Second track goes nowhere and the idea its riding for 3 minutes doesn't even sound good. "Forest" is alright in comparison to the other stuff here, but it's a pretty weak song by any other standards.
"Pandora" is a great track and the only reason I don't regret knowing who Swarms even is at the moment.
Album Rating: 2.0
the second song is so bad lol
listening to forest and i have to admit this is alright but quite dull....we'll see how this ep sounds in full.
Still don't get this band.
Surprised to hear that, Cant.
awww cmon pizza i believed in you man! Now I don't believe in nuthin no more...
...I'm goin' to law school
edit: nah i won't neg, don't think i couldve written it better. I only ever neg IcyLily.
I don't get why everyone is bashing the second song. It's not like "deuce-level bad" it's just maybe a tad boring
Album Rating: 3.5
I heard Low Sun. Not quite the Old Raves End feel, but we'll have to see how it goes when I go through the full EP.
Album Rating: 2.5 | Sound Off
it was like '11 and i was like this band is kinda overrated and guess what
Album Rating: 3.0
I'll apologize if this is a stupid question in advance. I love Swarms but know next to nothing about the members of the group itself, just love their music. EP is good, not great... but the question is... What is Stumbleine's tie to Swarms, if any? I ask because someone on last.fm said something to the effect of Low Sun is Swarms minus Stumbleine' Guitar and Synths. I've been checking Stumbleine out and hear a whole lot of Swarms in it. Stumbleine seems like Swarms minus the dub. So any tie between those two or has the internet fooled me?
I think Stumbleine is a member of Swarms but releases solo stuff too
'EP is good, not great'
Album rating: 3.5
Album Rating: 3.0
Hit the wrong rating... 3's the border between good and great for me. Pandora alone almost gets it to great but the opening track is weak enough to bring it down.
Pandora best song ever