Born Without Bones Released Dancer LP Via Pure Noise Records; Watch Video For Get Out

Born Without Bones

Massachusetts’ finest indie punk outfit, Born Without Bones, have released their new album, “Dancer”, out now from Pure Noise Records. To celebrate, the group have releades their new music video for “Get Out” along with in-depth commentary for every track on “Dancer”

Since their formation, Born Without Bones have put together an impressive catalog that ranges from heart-on-sleeve punk, to biting alternative rock, to sweeping indie, and more. Now on “Dancer” the band sound undeniably like themselves, bridging all of their different influences into their own distinctly hooky sound. Produced by Mike Sapone (Oso Oso, Taking Back Sunday, Cymbals Eat Guitars), “Dancer” (which has already garnered attention from Stereogum, FLOOD Magazine, The Alternative, and more) is bursting at the seams with massive melodies and personality to spare, as evidenced by album standouts, like “Get Out”

On “Dancer”Born Without Bones prove that their songwriting chops are sharper than ever. Throughout the lushly arranged album, the band incorporate different chord changes and textures that manage to feel both surprising and satisfying all at once–and never a second away from a big hook. Started as vocalist/guitarist Scott Ayotte‘s solo project, Born Without Bones‘ lyrics have tracked his growth from his early 20s all the way to the present, and now “Dancer” explores the strange mix of contentedness and conflict that comes with being a fully-fledged adult. The album tackles existential themes by incorporating storytelling into Ayotte‘s more autobiographical moments and always tapping into an uncommon sense of emotional honesty. “We each have so much invested into Born Without Bones“, he explains. “Sometimes it’s a cloud raining on us, sometimes it’s a bright sun that makes for a beautiful day that we can share with our friends and families. Making Dancer was three years of writing songs and learning about ourselves. Dancer is the hardest I’ve ever worked on anything in my life and it made me work harder on myself as a person, a creative, a bandmate and a friend”.

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