Call To Confirm Colored Copies Are Still Available
After nearly 20 years, the Tim Kashner-fronted Omaha, NE indie-rock outfit's breakout second record, The Storms of Early Summer: Semantics of Song, is finally being reissued on glorious vinyl for the first time since its original 1998 release. Helping usher in the emo genre with dynamic cuts like "Proposals," "Semantics of Sermon," and "When Summer's Over Will We Dream of Spring," the conceptual album is melodic and angular in all the right places while cleverly addressing the complexities of life. It's been remastered by Ed Brooks (Mastodon, Minus the Bear, Fleet Foxes, Pearl Jam) while a faithful reproduction of the artwork comes courtesy of Grammy winning graphic designer Zack Nipper. Colored 180g LP vinyl pressing with download card.