Tides of Man Song/Release Date

2013-12-20 by Brian LeFevre | 16 Comments
Tides of Man, now a fully instrumental band, have released a song off of their forthcoming album "Young and Courageous" entitled "Mountain House." The record is set to be released on February 4th and can be pre-ordered through Bandcamp as well as iTunes. The new album is expected to be vastly different from past works due to former vocalist/guitarist Tillian Pearson leaving to join Dance Gavin Dance.

http://tidesofman.bandcamp.com/

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DreamAgain
December 20th 2013
547 Comments


song was good. always thought they were pretty decent with Tillian

Krossceeper
December 20th 2013
83 Comments


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFCtZviovSU&feature=youtu.be

^ link to the actual song

Calc
Contributing Reviewer
December 20th 2013
15481 Comments


this reminds me of something I have in my collection hardcore but i can't put my finger on it

joshuahuntkc
December 20th 2013
1854 Comments


Sounds a lot like the instrumental aspects of Dreamhouse really. They'd be better off with Tilian but I don't mind him in DGD so it's whatever I guess.

Jade
Emeritus
December 20th 2013
10677 Comments


hahahaha kid on album cover looks like Tilian

oldsoul
December 20th 2013
254 Comments


I'm glad they're continuing on, even without Tilian. Looking forward to the release

Digging: Loathe (UK) - The Cold Sun

AtomicWaste
Moderator
December 20th 2013
2673 Comments


Glad they're continuing on, but man Tilian was such a huge part of this band. I'd like to see him get back together with them, but from the sounds of things they were the dumb ones who kicked him out when he mentioned wanting to also do things with Saosin.

It'll be interesting to see how this turns out.

Calc
Contributing Reviewer
December 20th 2013
15481 Comments


"hahahaha kid on album cover looks like Tilian"

I'm glad someone else thinks this. the kid screaming has his hair slicked back perfectly too its pretty spot on.

henryChinaski
December 20th 2013
3673 Comments


Song is fuckin awesome.

Digging: Bad Suns - Disappear Here

botb
December 20th 2013
10927 Comments


really good

hortanz
December 20th 2013
650 Comments


can't wait to listen. listened to dreamhouse a good bit without really realizing how much I did enjoy it

BlacKapes
December 20th 2013
1821 Comments


this is sweet

KSK1
December 20th 2013
4102 Comments


Wow I actually really loved that. Will definitely be checking the whole album.

Slut
December 20th 2013
4058 Comments


Dance gavin dance

crowing51
December 23rd 2013
3501 Comments


Ironic ally tillian had left the band waay before him dgd. He was still In the saosin replacement thing when he left.

paradox1216
Emeritus
December 23rd 2013
730 Comments


Sounds pretty great, not the most original stuff around but its beautiful and fun to listen to and thats about all you can ask for.

This combined with the demo version of the title track makes me really glad I was a indiegogo contributor.



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