Tag: this providence

2009 albums

20 scene albums from 2009 that dominated your iPod playlists

In 2009, Myspace was beginning to disintegrate, and scene bands were growing less and less popular. Despite their distinct capabilities of genre-blending emo, pop...
unnecessarily long scene song titles 2020

29 scene song titles so long you’ll have to stop to take a breath

One standout feature of the early 2000s emo music scene was song titles that could barely fit on the back covers of CDs. You...

16 scene albums from 2006 you built most of your iPod playlists from

History doesn't lie. Consult sales charts. Ask Kevin Lyman what Warped Tour's box office receipts were like. For all intents and purposes, 2006 could...
best 2006 scene albums

17 scene albums from 2006 you probably still listen to daily

By 2006, scene culture had grown roots in every mainstream area possible. Myspace took over as the primary mode of social media communication, and...

This Providence release ‘Brier’ documentary

This Providence have posted a documentary on the making of their latest EP, Brier. Fans can check out the video below. Tell us what...

This Providence nearly finished with ‘Brier’ EP documentary

This Providence will be releasing a new documentary on the making of their latest EP, Brier. The band recently announced that the documentary is...

Listen to an Audiotree live session from This Providence

An Audiotree live session with This Providence can be streamed here. The band's latest EP, Brier, is available now. Tell us what you think!

This Providence perform “Trouble” acoustic

This Providence recently performed an acoustic rendition of "Trouble." The track is featured on the band's latest EP, Brier. Check out the performance below...

This Providence release documentary teaser

This Providence will be releasing a documentary on the making of their new Brier EP. Check out a quick teaser for it below.

Track By Track: This Providence, ‘Brier’ EP

Vocalist/guitarist Dan Young takes us track by track through the new EP from THIS PROVIDENCE, Brier. "Trouble" Every songwriter will (or should) attest to the pursuit...