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|2||Into Hell's Mouth We March||Lyrics/Info||3:03|
|3||The Same Graceful Wind||Lyrics/Info||3:55|
|4||Like Changing Seasons||Lyrics/Info||3:48|
|6||Safe To Say||Lyrics/Info||4:01|
|7||We Are Nameless||Lyrics/Info||3:52|
|9||Where We Are Now||Lyrics/Info||4:07|
|11||Life And Limb||Lyrics/Info||3:55|
|12||The Sun Sets Here||Lyrics/Info||3:55|
Boston post-hardcore group Vanna's anticipated sophomore album, A New Hope, is out now on Epitaph Records. Produced and mixed by Steve Evetts (Every Time I Die, Our Last Night, Story of the Year) and mastered by Alan Douches (Converge), A New Hope emphasizes the band's heightened musical abilities, balancing a perfect blend of emotive rock and perilous hardcore with refined precession.
Since the release of Vanna's fan-favorite debut EP, The Search Party Never Came, and their follow-up full-length, Curses, the band has been on a continuous musical journey, evolving, exploring and maturing with each release and tour. With the experience of using what works and letting go of what doesn't, the band tackled the writing and recording of A New Hope with an added perspective and understanding.
"The writing and recording process naturally becomes more dialed and decisive with each record," explains lead vocalist Chris Preece. "This record was approached with more of a group mentality. We talked a lot about what we liked and disliked about our last two releases, and each one of us were able to express ourselves in every step of the process. We locked ourselves in our practice space for two months, everyone threw out song ideas, and the ideas were fleshed out into something that we were all happy with. All of our individual influences and inspirations played a big role creatively.
New England post-hardcore group Vanna have spent the last several years on a personal journey, and it's the experience of living on the road ...