Braid Back With a Bang
2014-05-09 by Wait a sec I didn't make an alt for this | 21 Comments
Emo veterans Braid have released a new song, entitled 'Bang', which is taken off their
upcoming album, No Coast.

This will be the first album from the band since Frames & Canvas came out in 1998.
No Coast comes out via Topshelf Records July 8th.

Listen to 'Bang' below:



Tagged: Braid

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Futures
May 10th 2014
12890 Comments


This is going to be a fucking incredible album

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Pajolero
May 10th 2014
291 Comments


Goddamn Topshelf have been on a roll these last couple of years, one solid release after another.

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BroFro
May 10th 2014
406 Comments


Holy shit I'm so excited for this

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Nikkolae
May 10th 2014
4894 Comments


oh em gee

MonotoneMop
May 10th 2014
219 Comments


Can we use emo revival as a term again after this month?

InFiction
May 10th 2014
3723 Comments


Fuck yes.

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botb
May 10th 2014
9807 Comments


this is fucking amazing.

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emester
May 10th 2014
4594 Comments


Thank you Jonathan Blow

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HaloDude442
May 10th 2014
696 Comments


Truly amazing. They have the best lyrics, no lie.

RangerTaffles
May 10th 2014
265 Comments


Thank you Jonathan Blow [2]

In all seriousness, song sounds great.

BeneaththeDarkOcean
May 11th 2014
512 Comments


"Goddamn Topshelf have been on a roll these last couple of years, one solid release after another."

You could say their releases have been.... topshelf

YEAAAAAHHHH

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Aspenshadow
May 11th 2014
313 Comments


i love the shit out of this

ProjectFreak
May 12th 2014
1467 Comments


wow, i hate most emo/emo "revival" but this sounds great

Nikkolae
May 12th 2014
4894 Comments


except braid's been around since 96...

Futures
May 12th 2014
12890 Comments


yeah these dudes are original 90s emo that just came back not revival ugh

zaruyache
May 12th 2014
7622 Comments


That was p good.

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ASnideReturns
May 12th 2014
5241 Comments


Wow that was good.

Athom
Staff Reviewer
May 12th 2014
17235 Comments


Braid have been back for a long ass time. They released an EP and did a split with Balance and Composure and have been touring rather relentlessly for the last few years. Saying they're just back now is ridiculous.

captaincrunch11
May 12th 2014
1248 Comments


Blast from the past right here

Libertarian
June 2nd 2014
84 Comments


I'm not surprised one but that Topshelf's putting this out. Have Mercy's album is still one of the best I've heard in recent times. So ready for new Braid.

demigod!
June 2nd 2014
45490 Comments


cool

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