What are your favorite emo bands besides
> Midwest pen pals/william bonney
>bright eyes (fevers and mirror)
>joan or arc
>ghosts and vodka
I got into 00's pleb emo when I was 12, by 15 I was all about the post-hardcore of the time and quickly that led me to everything from Unwound to The Blood Brothers, which in return got me into trvv screamo. You could say in principle that the emo is strong in this one.
9 years after having my first taste of MCR, now I'm really into all kinds of screamo (I Hate Myself kinda stuff, Daïtro kinda stuff, Orchid kinda stuff, Envy kinda stuff) and post-hardcore, but I never really vibed midwestern stuff (Cap'N Jazz and American Football sometimes, that's pretty much it) or early emocore. I guess it's too contained and basic for me. Can you recommend me some essentials that are more like Cap'N Jazz and less like Snowing?
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SEE THE SUNSPOTS IN YOUR EEEEEEEYEEEEEEEEEES
Emo confession time?
>I hate American Football
Suis La Lune
They're fucking great, and they're releasing a new album this year hopefully. Saw them live a few days ago and they played some new shit, it sounds great
o u said albums
diary sunny day, stereo christie front drive, power of failing mineral (100% needed), are here to help you world is a beautiful place, for cameron merchant ships, lull in traffic gloria record, cross my heart cross my heart, red letter day get up kids, any pg 99 album, three songs i hate myself
sora, rites of spring, and brave little abacus
hardly anyone talks about sora, probably because they only have one really good album (pic related)
Silverstein is getting hyped on here
>What are your favorite emo bands
uh i'm not deep into emo but
rites of spring
on the might of princes
bucket full of teeth
that's assuming screamo counts. if not this list would be much shorter. any recs?
>tfw "hey anons, do you like emo music"
>tfw they look at me like I have three heads
>tfw "emo isn't a genre anon"
>tfw they are six more backing her up