These guys are still around?
Digging: Gang Of Youths - Go Farther In Lightness
ahahaha weird i remember when i was 15, fucking scene bitches and i had a couple of these guys' songs on my ipod
This is bad. Rattlesnake! was good, but this is not...
Rattlesnake! and the self-titled were killer. I'm not sure what to think about this.
Yeah Rattlesnake was actually really really good. This is awful.
Loved Rattlesnake!, not gonna listen to this.
Never thought I'd hear about these guys again.
Was expecting something as awesome as ^^^. This ballad shit killed my zazz.
Digging: Digital Velvet - Digital Velvet
-the fuck was this shit?
I always hated these guys
Advice Jesus I like your style.
I don't think anyone cares about these guys anymore.
Anyway, these guys made that new band with the Lower Definition members and it's better than Static Lullaby or Lower Definition anyway. Mostly because they both suck other than Rattlesnake and Static's self-titled.
^Woa, im intrigued. Name of band?
Elevate: I Am
According to ASL's facebook, the song was written by Joe Brown for his fiance/wife and then later played/sung by Dan Arnold and actually produced.
I think what happened here is someone decided that a guy's personal song should be sold with the band name attached to it, it's probably not indicative of a new direction.
Rattlesnake! was amaazing I've been waiting for the follow up since Joe Brown started Elevate: I Am which let me down.. Not huge on Dan Arnold though so probably not going to listen to this acoustic track
This is their idea to get back into the scene? By releasing slow acoustic garbage?
Digging: Brand New - Science Fiction
People have already said it, there's a new album coming out.
but there's no way in high holy hell that it'll be close to this drivel.
after 3 LPs + Elevate: I am, do you really think it'll go in any direction close to this acoustic bs?
"Anyway, these guys made that new band with the Lower Definition members and it's better than Static Lullaby or Lower Definition anyway."
Couldn't disagree more. Lower D knocks the socks off whatever this "elevate: I am" band is trying to pull.