February 17, 2015 · Spartan Records · SPAR022
There have always been two sides of music that argue back and forth. There are bands that make pop music with the sole goal of writing a song that feels good and captivates the mind, and those that make music that is progressive and pushes the boundaries of what is possible in a genre. Originally released in 2011, Unifier's debut EP Oh, Great City is a collection of songs that masterfully marries both sides -- fusing the pop-rock sounds of Switchfoot, Foo Fighters, and Jimmy Eat World with the progressive genre-bending of groups like Brand New, The Dear Hunter, and Manchester Orchestra. Now re-released with 3 bonus tracks and newly imagined artwork, the EP serves as a perfect introduction to the Greensboro, NC quartet and is just a taste of what fans can expect from the band's first new release in over two years, the Gutted EP, which will be available March 24th on Spartan Records.