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Nescient by Dissonants

Just like last Wednesday, this post was written by the lovely person that is Tanya! 


Back in 2017, Reece, Ben, Aaron, Mike and Chris teamed up after the end of two separate bands they had previously been part of to create Dissonants – and have since gone on to support the likes of Our Hollow Our Home, Rxptrs and Lastelle. 

Last Friday (27th November) they released their 3rd EP, Nescient, which is showcases some of their best music to date, with brilliantly written songs surrounding topics such as corrupt politics and climate change. Amidst the deep lyrics, guitarist Ben also steps in as second vocalist (and absolutely kills it!).

The EP features their previously released singles from this year and starts off strong with Forget to Forgive, a track which sets the tone for the album and shows off exactly who Dissonants are. Throughout the EP, you can hear snippets of the band’s influences (ranging from Deaftones and Guns n Roses to Lower than Atlantis and Architects), but Dissonants have always had a very unique sound featuring elements from different genres, which is exactly what sets this EP apart, it is undoubtedly them, you can recognise the same passion for their music they had in their previous records.

If you’re looking for something new to distract you from this year, give Dissonants a listen!

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