Wednesday, July 19, 2017


No Echo streams the track "What's Best In Life" off the brand new EVERYONE DIES IN THE END LP, The Space Between Spaces.

"...the Richmond, VA quartet craft sonic dreamscapes that sound and feel like something you would hear in a David Lynch film..." - No Echo

Listen, here:

On the new record they continue to build off their staple influences – the dramatic, textural, post-rock sounds of bands like Godspeed! You Black Emperor, This Will Destroy You, and Sigur Rós, while adding Stars of the Lid and Radiohead-like elements, experimenting with ambient textures and loops, ultimately creating a cinematic score. The quartet has shared the stage with the likes of Pianos Become The Teeth, The Body, Ringo Deathstarr, So Hideous, and Inter Arma.

The new record is a concept album, telling a story influenced by an old Buddhist teaching. It follows a character who has become disenchanted with the world and all of its suffering and anxiety. He embarks on a path which ultimately shows him that the world is illusionary and that he can create the world he wants to live in, in his mind. 

Earlier last year, Richmond post-rockers Everyone Dies In the End returned with a thought provoking video for “Don’t Forget to Breathe” off the record The Space Between Spaces, which is now set for a July 21st release date via Still Water Records. The effort was engineered and mixed by Allen Bergendahl, with additional mixing from Jeremy Moody, and mastered by Alan Douches (ConvergeTorcheChelsea Wolfe).

Stream the video for “Don’t Forget to Breathe” here,

The Space Between Spaces will be released digitally via Still Water Recordings, accompanied by a vinyl release from the band, July 21st, 2017.

You can pre-order the record here:

Everyone Dies in the End consists of Ashley Small, Jason Steed, Jeremy Moody, and Luke Deskins.

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