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Overlooked Emo Albums that Deserve More Attention

Some albums that deserve significantly more attention in the Emo Community here. While not exceptionally deep into the underground roots, here are 20 or so albums that are heavily overlooked or not extremely popular. Ill probably add a lot more over the weekend.
1The Newfound Interest in Connecticut
Tell Me About the Long Dark Path Home


One of the greatest emo/post-rock albums that needs to be heard.
4.7/5 which may be a 5 after more listens
2The Speed of Sound in Seawater
Red Version


Math-Rock emo with some really pretty guitars and an incredible closing track.
4.2/5
3Monster Machismo
Aye Aye Porcupine


Math-Rock emo with some rigid guitars and downright abrasive vocals, a technical marvel of the genre.
4.2/5
4Todos Caeran
After Dark


Dark post-rock/screamo that sounds like Funeral Diner.
3.7/5
5Colossal
Welcome the Problems


American Football esq. emo with some pretty cool instrumentation
3.5/5
6Time To Burn
Is.Land


Crushing screamo/post-metal that never relents
3.8/5
7The Brave Little Abacus
Just Got Back from the Discomfort


Twinkly and warm emo with some incredible instrumentation. Vocals may take time to get used to. One of the most unique emo albums you may hear.
4.4/5
8Athletics
Who You Are Is Not Enough


First song on this kicks so much ass, but doesn't follow up too heavily. Post-Rock/Emo
3.4/5
9On The Might of Princes
Where You Are and Where You Want to Be


For Meg is one of the best screamo songs you need to hear.
4.4/5
10Merchant Ships
For Cameron


Roughly produced screamo with a spoken word song that doesn't suck ass. Sleep Patterns ftw.
3.9/5
11Midwest Pen Pals
Inside Jokes


Twinkly emo/screamo that is actually quite uplifting.
3.8/5
12Barrow
Though I'm Alone


One of if not the best screamo release in the past few years. A depressing slug fest of aggression and emotion that is both beautiful and destructive. Not a single bad song on this, and the acoustic song will destroy you.
5/5
13Barrow
Being Without


Though not as impressive as its younger brother, Being Without succeeds in being some of the most uplifting screamo you will here in modern times. First half of this is a marvel.
4.5/5
14William Bonney
Good Vibes


Screamo from most of the guys of merchant ships and Midwest pen-pals, so yeah its good.
3.5/5
15The Spill Canvas
Sunsets and Car Crashes


The Tide is still one of the best acoustic songs ever. Rest isn't nearly as impressive, but there are some killer tracks to be hold.
4/5
16Envy
Abyssal


Barely anyone has listened to this compared to their discog, and why? Its some of the band's best material.
4.2/5
17Owen
No Good for No One Now


Underrated Owen material that people should give a chance, Poor Souls is one of the project's best songs.
3.7/5
18Chinese Football
Chinese Football


Basically what AF LP2 should have been.
3.6/5
19Gates
Bloom and Breathe


Post-Rock Emo with some weird production but epic songs, this got some hype a while back but give it a go if you haven't heard it.
4.5/5
20Grown Ups
More Songs


Pop-punk emo with some Lawerence Arm's style vocals.
3.7/5
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