New The Bunny The Bear Song
2014-02-13 by Drubbi | 17 Comments
'Much-loved' post-hardcore band The Bunny The Bear have released a single, 'High Tides And Swimming Conditions', from their upcoming album 'Food Chain'. When answering the question "...What makes 'High Tides And Swimming Conditions' the perfect song to introduce fans to your latest material?", the band answered with "...it's one of the few tracks on Food Chain that sounds a tad closer to our old material..."
The entire interview, plus the single in question, can be seen here: http://www.underthegunreview.net/2014/02/12/utg-premiere-the-bunny-the-bear-high-tides-and-swimming-conditions/
Tagged: The Bunny The Bear

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ASnideReturns
February 13th 2014
4409 Comments


Song's pretty tight.

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ZilbelPing
February 13th 2014
6160 Comments


"Much loved" says otherwise

ZilbelPing
February 13th 2014
6160 Comments


double post

ASnideReturns
February 13th 2014
4409 Comments


Band's actually really cool. I did an interview with Matt "The Bunny" once a while ago.

HaytonLloyd23
February 13th 2014
32 Comments


I was worried that their new stuff wouldn't be as good, but this is great. It has all the eighth grade feels coming back to me. Trust me, it's the good feels TBTB.

Owantjaaaa
February 13th 2014
3238 Comments


Their first album was the worst thing I've ever heard

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Futures
February 13th 2014
10706 Comments


terrible band guys wtf

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marksellsuswallets
February 13th 2014
4848 Comments


those screams are so terrible wow

joshieboy12345
February 13th 2014
5370 Comments


''The Bunny The Bear are a post-hardcore/electronic band from Buffalo, NY. They suck ass and have no talent. Listen to Carach Angren''.

Hahahaha.

clander270
February 13th 2014
157 Comments


Not ever going to check this out judging on how their earlier shit is scene-core garbage

swordsforhands
February 13th 2014
407 Comments


Wasn't this the band that ripped off The Sound Of Animals Fighting with their costumes (or masks atleast) while playing really shitty, overly-synthy metalcore?

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bloc
February 13th 2014
34852 Comments


Pretty laid back song, I don't mind it.

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ASnideReturns
February 14th 2014
4409 Comments


I've always loved the Bunny's synthesizer work.

TheGreatQ
February 14th 2014
1396 Comments


This is the only song I've liked by this band.

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ASnideReturns
February 14th 2014
4409 Comments


Album's gonna rule.

bigboy69
February 23rd 2014
1 Comments


Great song, can't wait for the album!


Futures
February 23rd 2014
10706 Comments


Oh really bigboy69?



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