Staff Picks: An app for lists, live Rush, and 3 old Promise Ring favorites

The Promise Ring’s Nothing Feels Good, 30 Degrees Everywhere, and Very Emergency

For whatever reason, I came to The Promise Ring too late, probably sometime around Wood/Water, which—as any P’Ring fan knows—was not the time to get into the band. But like so many people, I first fell hard for Nothing Feels Good, the group’s 1997 emo opus. And thus, when it was announced earlier this year that Nothing Feels Good was getting a fancy LP reissue, right alongside 30 Degrees Everywhere and Very Emergency, I knew that I was going to have to pony up for those new pressings. Honestly, I’m glad I did. All remastered and pressed onto stunning and vivid colored vinyl, all three records are essential additions to any former (or current) emo fan’s collection. Tracks like “Why Did We Ever Meet” sound better than ever, and even …

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