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The Aesthetic Release “Abandoned Homes” EP

Alternative rock outfit, The Aesthetic have released their debut EP Abandoned Homes, featuring the band’s first single, “Come Home To Me” that was released last month. The album focuses on a three part story with tracks, Act I: Ten Thousand Screens, Act II: Full Circle, and Act III: Come Home to Me bringing the story to life about a broken home.

Vocalist, Michael Neil had this to say about the new EP, “‘Abandoned Homes’ is a heavy hitting, heartfelt combination of alternative rock and metal core trying to bring light to the effects and stigmas of mental illness.”

The five track EP which is available at all digital music retailers is also available to stream below via the group’s YouTube page. Listen to Abandoned Homes below.

Forming out of rainy Seattle in January of 2015, The Aesthetic has quickly set their sights on becoming one of the leaders in the newest wave of Pacific Northwest alternative rock bands. When the idea of the band was floating around in the head of vocalist Michael, he went to Zac of Pravitas Studios to ask for his help with writing the instrumentation that was softer than Michael’s old band Projections. The duo forms the backbone of The Aesthetic as it stands today, all the while the search for a live band has continued for this currently online project. The duo is shown at their strongest on their lead single “Come Home To Me,” which is off the forthcoming March 4th debut EP entitled Abandoned Homes. The five track EP is sure to worm itself into listeners’ ears and stay trapped in their head long after the initial listening experience. This along with the band’s hard work will see the band leaping into venues all over the Pacific Northwest in 2016.

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