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The Early November

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The members of the Early November were young enough to have grown up with the Drive-Thru Records sound, a formula that incorporated sensitive emo, pop, and punk revivalist amalgams with a bit of post-hardcore grit. The band first emerged in 2000, fighting to secure shows in their busy South Jersey scene while hoping to land a deal with Drive-Thru. By 2002, they succeeded when label figureheads Richard and Stefanie Reines signed vocalist/guitarist "Ace" (Arthur) Enders, bassist Sergio Anello, drummer Jeff Kummer, and guitarist Joseph Marro on the strengths of their demo and solid buzz. They made their label debut with the For All of This EP later that year. Promising appearances on the Warped Tour's Drive-Thru stage that summer spread the word, and by late 2003 the band's full-length debut, Room's Too Cold, was released. It was a particularly lush take on the Drive-Thru sound, with strings and ballads and a focus on the rich vocal presence of Enders. The band toured extensively behind the record; Enders later issued the first effort from his solo project I Can Make a Mess Like Nobody's Business in late 2004 and briefly toured behind the disc. Enders then turned back to the Early November, and writing began that summer for their follow-up sophomore release. Recording commenced in February 2005 with a fifth member on board, guitarist Bill Lugg. The band also released a summer split EP with I Am the Avalanche, Vinnie Caruana's post-Movielife project. The resulting The Mother, the Mechanic, and the Path was eventually issued in July 2006 as an ambitious triple album. Boasting a rock-oriented disc ("The Mechanic"), a more mellow, stripped-down disc ("The Mother"), and a third character-based soundtrack with dialogue to intermingle among the first two ("The Path"), the album debuted at number 31 on the Billboard Top 200. Various rounds of touring followed. In March 2007, however, the bandmembers announced their plans to go on an indefinite hiatus after the completion of scheduled dates that year. Following a four-year hiatus, the Early November reunited for a show in Philadelphia in late 2011. Additional shows were soon added and the bandmembers revealed they had signed with Rise Records to record their first album since 2006. Despite the time off, the band's third album, In Currents, fared well, reaching number 43 on the Top 200 and number six on the Independent Albums chart upon its 2012 release. Their fourth album, Imbue, arrived in the spring of 2015 and was once again produced by Enders. The Early November's next release was in the form of a career-spanning retrospective called Fifteen Years. Released in early 2017 by Bad Timing Records, the album featured new acoustic recordings of songs from throughout the band's history. ~ Johnny Loftus & Timothy Monger
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The Early November

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The Early November

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  2.   In Currents
  3.   Narrow Mouth
  4.   I Want to Hear You Sad
  5.   My Sleep Pattern Changed
  6.   Sunday Drive
  7.   Something That Produces Results
  8.   The Truth Is
  9.   Sesame, Smeshame
  10.   Session 01
  11.   The Course of Human Life
  12.   The Negatives
  13.   Dinner at the Money Table
  14.   No Good At Saying Sorry (One More Chance)
  15.   Hair
  16.   The Smell of This Place
  17.   Session 02
  18.   We Write the Wrong
  19.   Circulation
  20.   Digital Age
  21.   That's Not Your Real Name
  22.   Guilt and Swell
  23.   Tell Me Why
  24.   Like a Kid
  25.   Little Black Heart
  26.   A Little More Time
  27.   Figure It Out
  28.   The One That You Hated
  29.   Money in His Hand
  30.   Session 09
  31.   Look At Me
  32.   You Don't Know What It's Like
  33.   Session 06
  34.   Session 05
  35.   Uncle
  36.   This Is Love
  37.   We Grew Up the Same
  38.   I Don't Know How to Say This
  39.   Outside
  40.   Make It Happen
  41.   Decoration
  42.   Exchanging Two Hundred
  43.   Ever So Sweet
  44.   Ashala Rock
  45.   Take Time and Find
  46.   All We Ever Needed
  47.   Every Night's Another Story
  48.   Session 08, Pt II
  49.   Come Back
  50.   The Mountain Range in My Living Room
  51.   Cyanide
  52.   The Car in 20
  53.   Power of Love
  54.   Baby Blue
  55.   Scared to Lose
  56.   Is It My Fault
  57.   I Don't Care
  58.   My Lack of Skill
  59.   I Think This Is Love
  60.   Boxing Timelines
  61.   Everything's Too Cold...But You're So Hot
  62.   Harmony
  63.   Call Off the Bells
  64.   A Stain On the Carpet
  65.   Driving South
  66.   The Rest of My Life
  67.   A Bigger Meaning
  68.   Runaway II
  69.   Session 08
  70.   Session 07
  71.   Guess What
  72.   Session 03
  73.   Runaway
  74.   1000 Times a Day
  75.   Intro
  76.   This Wasn't in Our Plan
  77.   Frayed in Doubt
  78.   Make a Decision
  79.   Never Coming Back
  80.   Close To You
  81.   Long Talks
  82.   Fluxy
  83.   Nothing Lasts Forever
  84.   Wearing the Tie
  85.   From Here to L.A.
  86.   We're Finding Something Out
  87.   Session 04
  88.   Better This Way
  89.   Magnolia