To Hell With This Delicate Equation

The Story Changes
To Hell With This Delicate Equation

April 26th, 2019


Bringing back some late 90s/early 2000s feels....

The new single 'Shooting Stars' has a meloncholic and melodic late 90s/early 2000s emo/alt rock feel that bands like Jimmy Eat World, The Stereo, and Motion City Soundtrack were doing way back when. You can also hear the early Hawthorne Heights influence in the lead guitar lines and main verse which is no surprise considering the lead singer/song writer also plays guitar in Hawthorne Heights. Good stuff and curious to see how the rest of this new album shapes up. 

By Jason Gordon
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The Story Changes (Mark McMillon and Christopher Popadak of Hawthorne Heights and Chris Serafini of The Stereo) are set to release their brand new LP 'To Hell With This Delicate Equation' on April 26 via Ohio-based Magnaphone Records. Featuring members of Hawthorne Heights (Mark McMillon and Christopher Popadak) and The Stereo (Chris Serafini), Dayton, Ohio natives The Story Changes’ newest album ‘To Hell With this Delicate Equation’ is an energetic blend of late 90’s/early 2000’s emo, modern rock, and a moody aggressiveness that supplies a gritty edge in all the right places. The album was mixed by longtime friend Jamie Woolford (Gin Blossoms, The Smoking Popes, Punchline). The first single 'Shooting Stars' can be found below.