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The emotional vengeance of Ever We Fall creates layers of sonic texture fashioned with a wall of guitars, motivating melodies, and catching hooks delivered with raw energy and half grins. The Oregon four-piece blends aspects of punk, indie rock, and pop to create a danceable, enjoyable, and unpretentious sound. With song arrangements, lyrics, and style that run much deeper than the average pop-punk band, Ever We Fall makes a lasting impression. Hopeless. 2006.
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (February 21, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Hopeless Records
  • ASIN: B000CNDJFI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #620,840 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Ever We Fall has definately stumbled upon a middle ground between indie and mainstream 'radio friendly' pop rock.

Though, the number one thing that comes to mind is that these guys draw a strong likeness to that of Death Cab in its vocals, and Jimmy Eat World in its sound (from the Clarity/Static Prevails era). By combining the two elements and throwing in the polished production and mixing, you get 'We Are But Human', which has a pseudo-pop appeal that becomes completely demolished (for the better) when reaching the closing tracks of album.

I mean, let's not get ahead of ourselves here, this piece of work is nowhere near the scope of being a masterpiece, but it was impressive in its own right. A handful of tracks kept me listening all the way through, and evernmore so, the instrumentation at times simply blew me away. Unexpected transitions and twists, atmospheric solos...those were the things that kept me interested. As far as I'm concerned, Ever We Fall has the ability to make a perfect record, it seems as if this one is only starting to put the pieces together.

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04. No Sleep For Dreaming - Probably one of the best tracks of the entire album -- if not the best. After hearing the three previous songs, it was about time to shift into something more fast paced and semi-cinematic -- the lead guitarist takes you though each chorus with a smooth solo that's as fitting as it is necessary to immerse you into the flow of the sound.

06. G - Has great transitions from easy going verses to total drum assault during the choruses.

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Ever We Fall basically play commercial power-pop emo but it's more in line with the likes of Jimmy Eat World than any of the newer hair-combed-over-the-eye bands. They're driven more by harmonic chords and intricate melodic layering than any tortured emo posturing. They have an inate ability to write intricate dual-guitar parts that flow as one. The effect pedal generated echo often drowns out the rhythm and melody on this album, a problem which didn't show up on their old ep, Endura. On that ep you could tell they were feeling everything they were doing, here it seems like some of it is done just because it's what they think they're supposed to do. I'd be surprised if their producer or label hadn't given them a lot of (bad) advice about how the album should sound.

Despite the overproduction I'm still totally into this album for the first seven songs which do show a progression in their complex poppy songwriting.

After that the album kinda derails. Tracks 8, 9 and 10 might as well be one long track. Or even better, just removed from the cd entirely. I have nothing again soft or slow songs, but they don't seem to be something this band have a natural inclination for. They feel like contrived, juvenile attempts at making something epic, owing more to effect pedal usage than compositional ideas. Track 11 is a shorter rockier song, but deservedly buried in the barren back end of the album. The lead guitar melody is the only thing making it interesting, and even that is virtually ripped off of some Minus The Bear song. Welcome To Fholston Paradise is the only good song out of the last five. The effect pedal induced audio fog is still present, but it's less pervasive on the actual songwriting.
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this cd is the record label debut for several tallented musicians. i've had the pleasure of seeing these guys perform live on several ocassions and in several different bands. even if you arn't a fan of comercialy accessible pop-punk, i would reccomend everyone interested in the future of indie rock to get familiar with this band as four brilliant and inspiring individuals who were able to get together and get their music professionaly produced. there might not be another ever we fall cd, but this is most definitely only the begining for these artists.
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