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No Gift To Bring EP

The Almost’s No Gift To Bring, a five-song EP produced by Underoath’s lead guitarist, Tim McTague, follows in November 2008. The collection is an eclectic one, offering up a brand new song (the achingly introspective “Awful Direction”), a cover song, radically new versions of two tracks from Southern Weather (“Dirty And Left Out” and “Amazing Because It Is”) and Gillespie’s take on a classic Christmas song, “Little Drummer Boy.”

Quick Bio

It's all too easy to make an album in this day and age. You rent out a studio, record one part, and then cut and paste it across the whole record. That happens partly because of fear. Putting your soul on tape is a scary thing. THE ALMOSTovercame that fear and did something completely different for not only themselves but modern rock as a whole. They holed up in a small room in Nashville's Omni Studios for only five days and played every note of their third full-length album, FEAR INSIDE OF OUR BONES (Tooth & Nail/EMI/Universal), together in unison. Now, there's an overwhelming thunder on the horizon. It's the sound of a band realizing its potential. It's the sound of life. It's the sound of THE ALMOST.

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Line-Up

Aaron Gillespie - Vocals, Guitar
Dusty Redmon - Guitar
Jay Vilardi - Guitar
Jon Thompson - Bass
Joe Musten - Drums