Stream New Anthony Green

2012-01-11 by Xenophanes STAFF | 41 Comments
Circa Survive frontman Anthony Green has posted his upcoming album Beautiful Things for streaming on his
website. The album is the follow up to his 2008 solo debut, Avalon.

Beautiful Things will be released officially on January 17th.
http://anthonygreenschildren.com/stream-the-entire-album/

Tagged: Anthony Green

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iamSeraph
January 11th 2012
904 Comments


wow, so much great music these days. Idk when to hear :/

fractured
January 11th 2012
385 Comments


This sounds nice so far. Thanks for the notice!

thediamondcanopy
January 11th 2012
521 Comments


haha nice steal man, way to add some commas.

adamisbrutal
January 11th 2012
45 Comments


anthony green is a hack

boardridin34
January 11th 2012
34 Comments


WOOOOO


clercqie
January 11th 2012
6519 Comments


This sounds nice

sexualsoybean
January 11th 2012
931 Comments


Why are there so many commas in this article?

clercqie
January 11th 2012
6519 Comments


But they have to be there(?)

Oceanus
January 11th 2012
881 Comments


Sweet.

DeafMetal
January 11th 2012
8596 Comments


avalon was great

taxidermist
January 11th 2012
7233 Comments


Woo!

TMobotron
January 11th 2012
7229 Comments


Probably will be average like Avalon but I'm still excited to hear this when I get home.

captaincrunch11
January 11th 2012
1431 Comments


This is quite nice.

iGuter
January 11th 2012
400 Comments


I'm enjoying it so far.

iFghtffyrdmns
January 11th 2012
7047 Comments


perhaps I ought to review this

SUCH PRESSURE

clercqie
January 11th 2012
6519 Comments


I like the tracks on their own, but the album seems to lack a kind of focus...

gabethepiratesquid
January 11th 2012
4522 Comments


Anthony Green is a pretty bad solo artist. I also never got his praise as a vocalist. He's okay but he's not fantastic.
Don't quit ur day job in Circa Survive, doofus.

Trebor.
Staff Reviewer
January 11th 2012
54923 Comments


yeah

twlichty
January 11th 2012
3646 Comments


not very beautiful, he should have called it Quirky Things

TMobotron
January 11th 2012
7229 Comments


I saw him when he solo toured after Avalon and it was a fun as hell show. Dear Child as the closer was worth it alone, but it would depend on how the crowd is.

DoubtGin
January 11th 2012
6861 Comments


this is really good

astrel
January 11th 2012
2615 Comments


This is pretty boring.

CasinoColumbus
January 11th 2012
340 Comments


He'd better stay with Circa Survive, or rejoin Saosin, 'cause this isn't that good. Not bad either, it just doesn't do it for me.

Jruined
January 11th 2012
1302 Comments


Seeing this guy Friday with the Dear Hunter. should be good.

balcaen
January 11th 2012
3183 Comments


avalon is one of my favorite records in recent years. stoked to hear this/get it in the mail

jayfatha
January 11th 2012
2918 Comments


Not amazing but it's pretty good

balcaen
January 11th 2012
3183 Comments


his production is a little disappointing and i'm only 3 songs in. i like it though.

Winsomniac
January 11th 2012
8410 Comments


o0o0o0o0o0o0o0o0o0oh. Listening

Digging: Tigers Jaw - spin

c0ffee
January 11th 2012
294 Comments


Yay!
I'll be seeing him on the 20th with The Dear Hunter. Anyone else gonna be at Cat's Cradle?

c0ffee
January 11th 2012
294 Comments


Scratch that. It's the 22nd.

808muzik
January 11th 2012
1109 Comments


This is alright.

TMobotron
January 11th 2012
7229 Comments


Avalon sounded a bit too much like a good singer who was struggling to do something on his own but wasn't quite confident enough yet. This sounds like he's confident enough to at least expand his sound a bit. It's nothing spectacular but it is at least consistently more interesting than Avalon IMO.

iFghtffyrdmns
January 11th 2012
7047 Comments


Tmob, serious question:

If I end up reviewing this, can I quote you on that Avalon remark? That's like... dead on.

TMobotron
January 11th 2012
7229 Comments


NO FUCKER THAT'S MINE! Sure dude. Thanks for asking, and thanks for reviewing this (if you do).

flaffy
January 12th 2012
160 Comments


not good at all

TrstN01
January 12th 2012
800 Comments


Damn it, my Internet is so crappy I can't even listen to the songs. How is the song with Nate Ruess?

Rowan5215
Staff Reviewer
January 12th 2012
38499 Comments


At the guy above me, that song is in the special edition, only the normal edition is streaming. But the song with Chino is online, and FUCK it's good.

Digging: A Lot Like Birds - DIVISI

trippinonthizz
January 13th 2012
165 Comments


he did a song with nate ruess? must listen once i get home! how does this compare to his debut?

po0ty
January 13th 2012
530 Comments


the track with chino is fuckin groovy, musta replayed it about 5 times now

TrstN01
January 13th 2012
800 Comments


damn, of course it's on the special edition.

DestroyHim
January 15th 2012
188 Comments


wooo

I like what he did with How It Goes

here's link to song meaning vids. there are others:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCrtfB1ny_4



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