Editors’ Notes Helping to take emo from the underground to the top of the alternative charts, Brand New stormed out of New York in 2000 and almost immediately captured nationwide attention. While their early work featured plenty of bouncy hooks and catchy pop-punk choruses, the band's music grew darker and more complex as the decade went on, which only served to increase their appeal. Combining influences from The Cars, Weezer, Sunny Day Real Estate, Lifetime, The Smiths, and others, Brand New continue to mature their sound, balancing bare-knuckled screamo with taut modern rock.

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The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows
4:01
 
Lit Me Up
6:16
 
Guernica
3:23
 
Jesus Christ
5:18
 
Sic Transit Gloria ... Glory Fades
3:06
 
Jude Law and a Semester Abroad
3:42
 
Same Logic / Teeth
5:34
 
The Shower Scene (2000 Demo)
2:25
 
At the Bottom
4:04
 
Okay I Believe You, but My Tommy Gun Don't
5:35
 
Jaws Theme Swimming
4:34
 
Seventy Times 7
3:33
 
Missing You
5:20
 
Daisy
3:06
 
Me vs. Maradona vs. Elvis
5:19
 
Mix Tape
3:59
 
The Boy Who Blocked His Own Shot
4:39
 

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