Hailing not from Manchester, but insead from Atlanta, Manchester Orchestra’s latest album Mean Everything to Nothing is the lead singer’s journey into adulthood.
The first thing you’ll notice about the album is the emotion that comes through the music. Listening to it, you feel the music’s angst and anger at having to grow up, lived and lost relationships, and the struggles of adulthood. I wasn’t surprised when I found out later this is exactly what the muscians wanted to share and get across to the listener. Given that the album so perfectly gets the artists passion across, I give it a good review. Oh, not to mention the music is damn good as well.
The whole album is recorded live to give it the feeling like you’re at a show listening to them, or rather a private set in your car. Furthermore, there’s absolutley no break in the first 6 songs, adding to the overall feel of the album’s emotion and flow. If you get a chance, check out the review at FM949SD.com, they basically say everything I wanted to.
With all that done, check out some of my favorit songs “I’ve Got Friends” and “The Only One”
Manchester Orchestra-The Only One
Manchester Orchestra-I’ve Got Friends