Perfect Future - Old Wounds: Warmth In The Winter Of 1914 & 1915
Perfect Future returns with an ambitious sophomore LP that shows the group have really hit their stride. The musicianship has grown tenfold, finding tighter arrangements and steadier footing. And that's before mentioning that this release is a concept album based on WW I. The lyrics read like a documentary mixed with a diary, and do a marvelous job portraying the many ways war is hell.
Hell yes. Here's the new album by Perfect Future. Perfect Future is a Maryland based band who play a great style of post hardcore and indie rock that's influenced by bands such as Mineral, Braid, and other 90's era DC bands. Old Wounds: Warmth In The Winter Of 1914-1915 is the band's latest LP and is the band's most ambitious release to date. This album is actually a concept album that takes place during World War I. These ten songs expand upon the band's earlier sound and puts the band more in line with some of the more progressive post hardcore bands such as La Dispute, and Empire Empire (I Was A Lonely Estate). I can't even begin to describe how good this album is. Overall, Perfect Future have absolutely nailed it on this album and I'd have to say this is going to be one of the best albums for 2012. Enjoy!