La Dispute - Rooms Of The House

The Michigan punks La Dispute make grand, intense, emotionally wracked post-hardcore without the slightest twinge of self-consciousness, and on their new album Rooms Of The House, they dive headlong into feelings like it was still 1996. La Dispute don’t really fit into the right-this-minute emo revival because their music clangs and bangs too hard, but it mashes some of those same nostalgic buttons while still feeling absolutely vital. We’ve posted the single “Stay Happy There” and the band’s “For Mayor In Splitsville” video, and now you can stream the whole album at Noisey.

Rooms Of The House is out 3/18 on the band’s own Better Living label.

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  1. “If I had to bet money on which hardcore scene staples would pull the Fucked Up/Trash Talk indie-kid crossover next, my pick would be these literate Grand Rapids thrashers. La Dispute suffuse their all-out pummel with layered dynamics and post-rock excursions without compromising their sense of passionate abandon. They should be a thing to see.” – Tom on Fun Fun Fun Fest’s 10 Must See Acts

    Very much looking forward to hearing it all come to fruition on this go.

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