IN MOTIVE commit Subtle Mistakes

2019-09-18 by SitarHero CONTRIBUTOR | 13 Comments
In Motive, perhaps best known as Sumerian Records' abortive pop-core supergroup experiment, have been revived and have released a new single and music video.

The song, titled "Subtle Mistakes", is the first song to feature vocalist David Escamilla (ex-Crown The Empire) who has apparently replaced Devin Barrus—whose short-lived tenure with the group resulted in just two singles—after the latter won the frontman spot through an open online audition process run by Sumerian Records in 2017.

Escamilla joins drummer Conor White (ex-City in the Sea), and Lee McKinney and Nick Rossi (both of Born Of Osiris) to round out In Motive's lineup.



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SitarHero
Contributing Reviewer
September 18th 2019
10930 Comments


I wonder what happened with Barrus. The two singles they put out with him were pretty good. This isn't too bad either.

GhostB1rd
September 18th 2019
4080 Comments


Beto and Bootygegg say yes.

Sinternet
September 19th 2019
20477 Comments


now thats some presidential initiative

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GhostB1rd
September 19th 2019
4080 Comments


Beanie has to come out in favor of abortion through the ninetieth trimester to take the lead.

Illoomorpheme
September 19th 2019
398 Comments


Reading "commit su-" probably isn't the best way to read a title.

Space Jester
September 19th 2019
7368 Comments


abortive pop-core supergroup experiment

GhostB1rd
September 19th 2019
4080 Comments


Straightforward, no?

Durrzo
September 19th 2019
1899 Comments


"Reading "commit su-" probably isn't the best way to read a title."

Yeeeah I was like oh fuck who went and offed themselves now

Asdfp277
September 19th 2019
21536 Comments


[2] lmao

hobblepot
September 19th 2019
2355 Comments


Dave is back, which is awesome

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Beardog
September 19th 2019
3108 Comments


The song is pretty nice, but not that outstanding. Production and vocals are great though, it's very polished but not as bad as Born of Osiris members make you expect.

SitarHero
Contributing Reviewer
September 19th 2019
10930 Comments


Yeah it's not as good as the 2 singles they put out with Barrus, but it's still pretty decent. Hopefully a sign of better things to come.

ItsTheSquirrel
September 19th 2019
277 Comments


It's... decent? Dave sounds kinda off here and it's not very catchy



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