Subtleties (Alternative Rock/Pop Punk) - Albany, New York

Starting in early 2017, members of former band Through Her Eyes Harrison Seanor, Jake Ratelle, and Sean Kawczak recruited drummer Nick Cervone to begin writing their first EP "It's Always Winter Here." Releasing their first single "Nobody" in May of 2017, they began to play shows around New York and Massachusetts. The debut EP was released July 28th, garnering positive reviews. Since the release, the band has been playing shows and working with multiple outlets to spread the word of the EP.

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"Making Changes" Single Review
Subtleties are back and catchy as ever with their brand new single "Making Changes". Let's dig in and see what their new single has to offer up in our new review.The track starts off with a nice upbeat tempo that has a Summertime vibe to it. The first verse drives along smoothly until it cranks into the bouncy Pop Punk chorus. The harsh vocals before the chorus kicks in is a nice touch and adds an element of heaviness. The track is highly contagious with its melodies, riffs and vocals. The bridge dips down a bit before blasting full speed ahead with the catchy as hell chorus and riffs. The single is the type of track that ends and you're still yearning for more. Be sure to check these guys out right away!

Subtleties bring their highly infectious Alternative Rock/Pop Punk sound to the forefront with their new single.

"It's Always Winter Here" EP Review
Subtleties are a young up and coming band from Albany, NY who are looking to make their mark in the Rock/Punk scene with their newest four track EP. Let's dive on in and see what they're all about. The opening track "I'll Probably Mess Up My Line" kicks things off in high energy fashion. The Fall Out Boy influence is on full display here as it barrels full speed ahead with highly infectious radio Rock mixed with a dash of Pop Punk for good measure. The track later on goes into some Easycore territory with some harsh vocals and Pop Punk breakdowns. It's a tremendous opener and the energy really sucks in the listener for the next track "Who Knows?". "Who Knows?" has more of a Post Hardcore edge to it as it springs to mind Circa Survive, Taking Back Sunday or The Used. It's catchy in its own right and takes the listener on an incredible journey of instrumentation and haunting vocals. "Nobody" starts off slow but eventually blasts in with soaring vocals and high octane sound. The track brings to mind the early style of Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and that's not too shabby. The closing track "The Absence Of Emotion" is for sure heavier than the previous tracks. From the opening breakdown that churns up shades of the heavier side of Emery to the early side of Underoath. It's a tremendous closer and should be a fan favorite in no time. Check these guys out right away, you won't be disappointed.

The new EP from Subtleties has something for everyone to enjoy.