Frameworks - Loom

The Gainesville, Florida punks Frameworks play an intensely sincere heart-on-sleeve sort of post-hardcore. It wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to lump the band in with the current emo revival, but there’s precious little pop-punk in their sound. Instead, the band’s debut album Loom, recorded with Deafheaven producer Jack Shirley, is the sort of throat-lump attack that should sound pretty great to anyone who ever got attached to, say, Thursday’s Full Collapse. We’ve already posted the early track “Loom,” and now you can stream the full album below.

Loom is out 4/29 on Topshelf.

Comments (2)
  1. A lot of music hasn’t really excited me lately. This album is one I’ve been looking forward to. Thanks for the preview.

  2. Loving the sound of this. Its a lot more diverse than most screamo music I’ve heard lately. Also, I saw these guys in Tallahassee a few weeks back and they were great. Florida’s scene is still killing it (and no, I won’t shut up about it!)

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