New Braid Album Stream

2014-06-30 by BroFro | 6 Comments
'90s emo legends Braid are back with their first LP in 16 years, titled No Coast. The
album, which is soon to be released on Topshelf Records, can be streamed at NPR.

http://www.npr.org/2014/06/29/324887838/first-listen-braid-no-coast

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Balerion
June 30th 2014
810 Comments


omg I didnt even know about this

GuanoBumbershoot
June 30th 2014
1477 Comments


It's killer dude.

Atari
Contributing Reviewer
June 30th 2014
20721 Comments


sweet, i dug the songs they had on the split with balance and composure

Digging: Tigers on Trains - Grandfather

BroFro
June 30th 2014
428 Comments


AOTY in case anyone was wondering

Digging: Titus Andronicus - The Most Lamentable Tragedy

hogan900
Contributing Reviewer
June 30th 2014
1888 Comments


Atari, you will probably dig this hard.

sailSAway
July 1st 2014
931 Comments


this is that band made up of certain people i know



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