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Melodic hardcore band SINK WITH ME drop 3 new earworms – listen!

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In less than a year, New Hampshire’s latest musical export, Sink With Me has captured the attention of fans and critics alike with their dynamic blend of melodic hardcore, emocore and post-hardcore flair.

With impressive streaming numbers, surpassing 100,000 on Spotify within just months of their debut, dubbed as “windbreaker-core”, Sink With Me draws inspiration from scene front-runners like Like Moths to Flames and Famous Last Words. They have carved a niche for themselves with resonating breakdowns, anthemic choruses, and a visceral vocal delivery that echoes the depth and intensity of the genre.

Their latest offering, the EP “Why Did You Come Here?” released today, is a substantial treat for fans of emocore and melodic post-hardcore.

But don’t expect typical emo tropes; instead, Sink With Me delivers a more dynamic and robust sound.

Sink With Me

This EP moves away from plaintive emo tones, steering towards a more vigorous and assertive melodic hardcore delivery.

Listen below.

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