Everything to Nothing’s ‘Ten Years’ Is a Clean, Dark Take on Modern Alt Rock

12 15 18 Everything to Nothing.jpgEverything to Nothing’s ‘Ten Years’ is a punchy, sparkling take on pop punk out of the United Kingdom. These guys claim to, “combine emo rock with anthemic pop-punk, taking inspiration from contemporaries such as Taking Back Sunday, Manchester Orchestra and Modern Baseball.” These guys are taking a nice, clean approach to a darker understanding of modern alternative rock. There’s a lot of strong musicianship and a deep, well-communicated sense of emotion that’s conveyed surprisingly well through the pristine production on here. The band has a lot of elements that a broader radio audience could latch onto, but at the same time they’re not brushing off their gruffer, less mainstream roots. This is a strong showing from a cool band. Check out ‘Ten Years’ below!



Noah Zucker // IG – @zucker.n // Twitter – @zuckern13


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