The Jealous Sound Sign To Rise
2012-12-11 by TrstN01 | 17 Comments
LA based rock band The Jealous Sound have been officially signed to Rise Records. Their latest album will
be re-released by the label February 5th, 2013, and will include new tracks (six on the vinyl, four on the
CD). A re-release of their previous album and self titled EP will come in summer of the same year. The band
also plans to release a new album in 2014.

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Adabelle
December 11th 2012
4258 Comments


Coldplay 2.0

Minus.
December 11th 2012
2680 Comments


Is this any good? Havent heard this yet.

Adabelle
December 11th 2012
4258 Comments


A Gentle Reminder is alright yeah

Hopelust
December 11th 2012
1106 Comments


Interesting. Very interesting.

CK
December 11th 2012
4947 Comments


Is this more risecore?

Hm, I guess not, but not interested

CK
December 11th 2012
4947 Comments


Guys, guys, do we REALLY need another lesson in what music is or isn't? This video should have taught all you need to know: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gi3qC_zQ4Po

Cygnatti
December 11th 2012
21898 Comments


you go, snide :D

I can never tell who trollaltdelete was but he was pretty nice in the few threads I saw.

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Cygnatti
December 11th 2012
21898 Comments


queen rules mang

loveisamixtape
December 11th 2012
6243 Comments


calm down snide ok this guy's a bitch anyway

anyways, what does this sound like? i have a friend that always praises them but i've never given them a chance

CK
December 11th 2012
4947 Comments


That's what I'm trying to find out!!! x(

Adabelle
December 11th 2012
4258 Comments


They sound like a much cooler Coldplay from what i remember

Cygnatti
December 11th 2012
21898 Comments


haha yes

Calc
December 11th 2012
12309 Comments


so is this good news or...

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SpaceWhale
December 11th 2012
156 Comments


awesome, these guys are good. I dig Knapsack (singers previous band) a little more but The Jealous Sound EP was definitely solid.

Hopelust
December 11th 2012
1106 Comments


Not sure if I agree with the coldplay comparison, aside from the fact that the band has a keyboard/piano player. Regardless, pretty good band, but definitely out of the bubble of groups that Rise typically signs. Definitely not "rise-core" to say the least. More along the lines of Early November, Alive in Wild Paint, and Time Spent Driving.


loveisamixtape
December 11th 2012
6243 Comments


checked them out and was instantly reminded of the early november

Hopelust
December 11th 2012
1106 Comments


Yeah, no doubt. Honestly tho, I'd prefer these guys to Early November. Ace's vocals just bother me sometimes, while the jealous sound singer's voice is rather pleasant.



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