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      I The Mighty 'Unplugged in LA' EP Review by Ariana Leo

      I The Mighty

      Unplugged in LA

      Equal Vision Records

      Released: July 12th, 2019

      EP Review by Ariana Leo, Photojournalist

      Boston Rock Radio


      Iconic alt rock four-piece I The Mighty may have recorded and released their new acoustic EP spontaneously, but it still encapsulates the band’s unique energy and tight chemistry just as well as—if not better thanany of their full-length studio albums. Unplugged in LA arrived just as I The Mighty wrapped up their North American tour with Anberlin, giving their loyal fans a chance to experience the songs they just heard on the big stages in a more intimate way.


      The EP features four tracks, kicking off with “Chaos in Motion,” the lead single from the band’s 2017 album Where the Mind Wants to Go / Where You Let it GoDon’t be surprised if you feel chills after only a few barsfrontman Brent Walsh really takes the opportunity to show off his rich vocal tone and vibrato in this stripped-down performance. Throughout the EP, Walsh’s voice is raw, pure, and full of emotion. The explosive “Oh, oh, oh's" and groovy bass in “Pet Names” translate beautifully to the band’s softer style, and the backing vocal harmonies give the song a whole new feel without compromising the original emotional elements. “Cave In” serves as the perfect cross between the band’s signature grittiness and the calm acoustic vibe. And the honest lyrics and sad story told in, “Slow Dancing Forever,” the song I The Mighty was most excited to release acoustically, are hugely enhanced by the softer dynamic, and by the addition of beautiful harmonies from guitarist Ian Pedigo and bassist Chris Hinkley. The little bits of banter and commentary sprinkled in throughout the track only add to the authenticity.


      Dedicated fans of I The Mightyand of acoustic renditions of emotional, high-energy rock albums in generalwon’t want to miss Unplugged in LAAnd for those who are still hungry for more, don’t worry, the North American tour may be over, but Brent Walsh has officially hit the road for a solo tour with Tilian, Landon Tewers, and Rivals.


      I The Mighty - Official Website






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