×
Napster App for
Rhapsody International Inc.
No Coast by Braid

Song

Damages!

Braid

Play on Napster

Song

Damages!

Braid

Play on Napster
Released:
Label: Topshelf Records
"This is not a revolution," Braid's Bob Nanna sings over and over at the end of his pioneering emo band's first album in 16 years. It's remarkable that Braid not only picks up where they left off, but that they improve on their always winning, scrappy sound with the craftiest melodies of their career. Simply put, they never made choruses or off-kilter guitar hooks as tightly wound as "East End Hollows," "Lux" or "Climber New Entry." Their power-pop sounds like a Death Cab that never got over their Built To Spill obsession, or an emo band too square for screaming melodrama or prog tendencies.

About This Album

"This is not a revolution," Braid's Bob Nanna sings over and over at the end of his pioneering emo band's first album in 16 years. It's remarkable that Braid not only picks up where they left off, but that they improve on their always winning, scrappy sound with the craftiest melodies of their career. Simply put, they never made choruses or off-kilter guitar hooks as tightly wound as "East End Hollows," "Lux" or "Climber New Entry." Their power-pop sounds like a Death Cab that never got over their Built To Spill obsession, or an emo band too square for screaming melodrama or prog tendencies.

Songs

About This Album

"This is not a revolution," Braid's Bob Nanna sings over and over at the end of his pioneering emo band's first album in 16 years. It's remarkable that Braid not only picks up where they left off, but that they improve on their always winning, scrappy sound with the craftiest melodies of their career. Simply put, they never made choruses or off-kilter guitar hooks as tightly wound as "East End Hollows," "Lux" or "Climber New Entry." Their power-pop sounds like a Death Cab that never got over their Built To Spill obsession, or an emo band too square for screaming melodrama or prog tendencies.