Now that I've finally attained the time to make a quick post, I decided to write about Emanuel and the Fear's recently released self-titled EP. This is a band whose niche is "intertwining the modern day pop song with extravagant and complex composition."
I have to point out that "Jimme's Song" is pretty fantastic. Sounding like desperation for more than half the song, the track later turns into a dance-worthy, head bobbing tune. It's evident that Emanuel and the Fear know more than just a thing or two when it comes to making music. It wouldn't be too much of a stretch to say that this is an artist trying to take a shot at originality. The EP is pretty enjoyable to listen to, especially when you're hanging out with your friends in your room and playing music in the background.
Emanuel and the Fear seem like a smart band, and it looks like they might be heading somewhere. If I can recall correctly, they've landed a show with The New Pornographers, which is probably just swell for any upcoming artist. This EP is a great place to visit if you're looking for something new and unique to listen to. You will not be disappointed. It's ambitious, strong, and deserves attention. A
[mp3] Jimme's Song