New Mineral Song

2018-11-05 by bands that are not music l a dis pool ute | 32 Comments
To commemorate their 25th anniversary, influential emo band Mineral have just released their first song in 20 years. This song, titled "Aurora", will be part of a 10" that comes with a limited edition retrospective book they will be selling on tour. The 10" inch will be released on January 4th, followed by a string of anniversary shows.

You can listen to "Aurora" here:


Tagged: Mineral

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iglu
November 5th 2018
1406 Comments


WHOA new Mineral

NonApplicable
November 5th 2018
2701 Comments


I don't know who these guys are but I liked this. It reminded me of early counting crows.

iglu
November 5th 2018
1406 Comments


End Serenading is a must listen

NonApplicable
November 5th 2018
2701 Comments


kk I'll give it a shot

Momentai
November 5th 2018
148 Comments


Holy moly. New Mineral. His tone on the voclas isnt my favorite but the vibes are excellent.

Trebor.
Staff Reviewer
November 5th 2018
56809 Comments


Very stoked to see them live again

Digging: Me in Capris - For Those Who Think You

Hendoi
November 5th 2018
211 Comments


what year is it? I'm amazed how they can still write & sound the same 20 years later.

solongatlast
November 5th 2018
341 Comments


Yeah his vocals are very different.

Song isn't mind-blowing but I can see it growing on me.



brainmelter
November 5th 2018
6499 Comments


v nice

Digging: Apocryphal Voice - Pain & Pleasure

BMDrummer
November 5th 2018
14608 Comments


what in the fuck

Lucman
November 5th 2018
2890 Comments


Whoa, this is an awesome surprise! Love the song, brings the heavy feels only Mineral can bring.

Digging: Nick Drake - Pink Moon

Iamthe Nightstars
November 5th 2018
2793 Comments


Kind of feels like a self parody, but good. It's hard to believe we're getting new music from these guys 20 years later.

onionbubs
November 5th 2018
11602 Comments


“Yeah his vocals are very different. “

yea his voice isn’t rrally bad on here or anything just took me by surprise at first since they sound more like a blend of swya era chris conley, which i wasn’t initially wild about since the vocals make the old mineral albums for me but they’re fine and def don’t hurt the song which i think is fucking great

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elliootsmeuth
November 5th 2018
3713 Comments


I was gonna say, the vocals are definitely a change from their old albums, but it's not a bad thing at all, just not what I was expecting from Mineral. Everything else is veeeeery Mineral though.

Just checked tour dates and they're coming to Chicago, but the venue is 21+... Really considering getting a fake ID just for this.

davesthesay
November 6th 2018
62 Comments


Just when I thought I'd out grown emo....
Now I have to listen to "Parking lot" and laugh at myself.

ProjectFreak
November 6th 2018
3765 Comments


I know these guys are legendary but I've never listened to them before. That was excellent.

dimsim3478
November 6th 2018
8296 Comments


ya this came outta nowhere.

decent song; hopefully it grows / works better in the context of the album. fucking long tho

Digging: Seventeen Again - ??????

Poxy
November 6th 2018
158 Comments


excuse me, wtf?

AngryJohnny
November 6th 2018
927 Comments


Pretty good, wasn't expecting new material from these bois

Danred97
November 6th 2018
2290 Comments


I love me some mineral. Definitely gonna have to catch them on tour. They basically invented the sound that I love, and their two albums are pretty much untouchable.

drasticaction74
November 6th 2018
1891 Comments


yayyyyyyy

oWhoadYo
November 6th 2018
2220 Comments


WHOA new minreal. How'd I not hear about this????

oWhoadYo
November 6th 2018
2220 Comments


That break from 4:30 onwards is fantastic

emmny
November 6th 2018
41 Comments


lowkey bangs, love how long it is ^>^

Artuma
November 7th 2018
30794 Comments


a big figure in one of the most prominent emo revival bands dies and then mineral steps back in? i don't know what is going on but this is promising in a way

Digging: Frightened Rabbit - Tiny Changes

Dylan620
November 7th 2018
4935 Comments


If a better emo band exists then I need to hear 'em.

They've still got it after 20 years, hats off.

Snake.
November 7th 2018
21746 Comments


dog bless

akimbo
November 8th 2018
711 Comments


listen to the last 2-2.5 minutes of five eight ten and tell me he doesn't sound almost the same with better vocal mixing on the new song

hogan900
November 9th 2018
3034 Comments


Ive been listening to the last 3 minutes of this on repeat for the past 3 or so days, welcome back

GhandhiLion
November 10th 2018
4953 Comments


hmm

Digging: J.A. Deane - For Leena

Iamthe Nightstars
January 5th 2019
2793 Comments


Not really feeling that other new song at all.

solongatlast
January 23rd 2019
341 Comments


Your Body is the World has grown on me a lot. This is the most promising emo comeback.



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