The Early November - The Rooms Too Cold
The Early November starts off their debut album, The Rooms Too Cold, with a slow acoustic song called Ever So Sweet. Ace Enders voice is always portrayed beautifully when he does acoustic songs. The entire album is made of all-star tracks, each contributing something special to the album. The instrumentation of The Rooms Too Cold is amazing, each instrument plays a very special role in the album as a whole. This is the album that The Early November should be remembered by. Songs such as Baby Blue, Ever So Sweet, Something That Produces Results, Exchanging Two-Hundred, and Sesame, Smeshame are the tracks that will be remembered greatly by the masses.
Baby Blue is a great song, one of the best on the album because of its catchy upbeat sound. Baby Blue has some of the catchiest lyrics in any song released along with some meaningful ones which are easy to relate to. "I don't want you to love me anymore. With my bags packed, and ready to go. And nothings ever hurt so much for me, to let you go, than to let you go."
This debut effort from The Early November may have been one to have placed Drive-Thru records to it's highest point. The Rooms Too Cold is an amazing album which deserves to be heard by everyone. The album has a mellow feel to it with some songs, but some of them can have a faster pace to them if that makes any sense whatsoever. Definitely give the debut album from The Early November a chance, stream a couple of tracks and if you like what you hear, you'll love the rest of the album.
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