Youngmond Grand | The Sculptures Fall EP

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The Sculptures Fall EP

by Youngmond Grand

Sumptuous sounds, swelling with sing-a-long emotion, grinding guitars, great rhythm and harmonies to boot. Songs that you find yourself humming to after one listen on the left side of the FM dial.
Genre: Rock: Emo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Come Back
3:19 album only
2. Pressing the Holes
3:45 album only
3. Watchtowers
3:57 album only
4. Break Guitars
3:24 album only
5. The Apostle
3:26 album only


Album Notes
Youngmond Grand boasts members of Preston School of Industry, The Vacation Gold and several other downtown, late-night veterans. They bring a sumptuous sound, swelling with sing-a-long emotion, grinding guitars and great rhythm and harmonies to boot. Its that song that you find yourself humming on the left side of the FM dial. Accompanied by very rocking live performance.

"YOUNGMOND GRAND, The Sculptures Fall EP: Strong debut from the heirs to Fivehead's ragged indie-rock throne. If you don't recognize yourself or your friends in "Break Guitars," you obviously don't live in Austin." -- Chris Gray, The Austin Chroncile



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Del Sol Productions

"very well-rounded play from track to track. raw yet melodic"
the analog production of this almost-live cd gives Youngmond Grand an aura of rock-power that is constantly juggling itself between the hard knocks of raw rock and dissonance of it's own concord. this is an excellent compilation of songs and a steal for the price. look for Youngmond Grand to break the barriers of stock riffs and create a genre all their own!