The Winter Project – Stories of Suburban Discontent // Hookset Records [LTD To 250]

The Winter Project releases Stories of Suburban Discontent, the final installment in their Discontent EP Trilogy

For the past three winters, The Winter Project has entered the studio to write a new installment in the
“Discontent” trilogy. The band’s style has been called “power dirge”, “post emo” or “ adult alternative
rock”. “Stories of Suburban Discontent” delves deeper into the themes explored in their self-titled EP
released in 2016 and the “Salt and Misery” EP released in 2017. Their latest EP, featuring six songs
recorded at Wachusett Recording in Princeton, MA, specifically looks at the trappings of the idyllic,
suburban family life. Not is all what it seems on the surface.

Stories of Suburban Discontent is available on vinyl and limited to 250 copies. You can pick it up via their bandcamp here.

Watch the video for the track “Pantomine” below!


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