"Don't Cry" for Emarosa

2019-01-09 by SweeneyTodd | 20 Comments
Emarosa have released a second single from their upcoming 5th studio album Peach Club, titled "Don't Cry".

The song features more guitar than the previous single, but still sticks with their new much more pop-oriented sound.

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ZombieToyDuck
January 9th 2019
6999 Comments


both of these singles have ruled, so stoked for this

the hook and chorus on this is infectious

DreamAgain
January 9th 2019
838 Comments


Catchy chorus but the song doesn't really go anywhere.

sempiturtle
January 9th 2019
1522 Comments


This is how you do a sound change tbh

lecolumbus
January 9th 2019
153 Comments


I don't like this as much as Givin' Up but still excited for the rest of the album.

GhostB1rd
January 9th 2019
2369 Comments


This got me playing I Still Feel Her Part 3. Jonny Craig lives.

Faraudo
January 9th 2019
2552 Comments


Owns.

BallsToTheWall
January 9th 2019
49229 Comments


Pretty good.

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Faraudo
January 9th 2019
2552 Comments


This should be a blueprint on how to sell out while still making some great music.

TheWonderSoFar
January 9th 2019
3266 Comments


Loving this positive reception.
Both singles have ruled [2]
Really feel that the song should have ended more bombastically, that’s my only complaint

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TheGreatQ
January 9th 2019
2762 Comments


This should be a blueprint on how to sell out while still making some great music.
[2]

KenboSlice
January 9th 2019
2563 Comments


I can't wait for Bradley to delete any negative criticism and block people on social media

TheSpirit
Contributing Reviewer
January 9th 2019
24617 Comments


Great song. Of all the post-hardcore bands that have transitioned into pop music, this song and "Givin' Up" prove [to me] that Emarosa are doing it the best. The production is especially fantastic, which I think is what sells it. It has dimension and depth that allows the rock elements to still be present but has the fullness of pop. I would that along with Bradley's vocals are why these guys are doing this sound much better than their peers.

dmp3131
January 9th 2019
1322 Comments


I'm incredibly excited for this album

GhostB1rd
January 10th 2019
2369 Comments


I dunno why you guys think selling out is equivalent to going poppier. As people age they tend to mellow and this is just a reflection of nature's path.

henryChinaski
January 10th 2019
4124 Comments


Good stuff.

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Faraudo
January 10th 2019
2552 Comments


"I dunno why you guys think selling out is equivalent to going poppier. As people age they tend to mellow and this is just a reflection of nature's path."

I don't mean it in a bad way, they need to make a buck and decided to go on a poppier route. Don't have a single problem with that if they do music this good.


scoopitypoop
January 10th 2019
82 Comments


"The song features more guitar than the previous single, but still sticks with their new much more pop-oriented sound."

Keep your opinion to yourself. You're reporting news, bro.

SweeneyTodd
January 10th 2019
1872 Comments


"Keep your opinion to yourself. You're reporting news, bro."

not an opinion, this song has a heavier guitar presence than Givin' Up, whilst sticking to their new pop sound. how that's an opinion is beyond me "bro"

CatfishSoup
January 10th 2019
265 Comments


I liked Givin' Up more, but this is still nice! High hopes for the album.

SineEclipse
January 11th 2019
76 Comments


the sound change is working in their favor so far, excited to hear the rest of the record.



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