Of Mice & Men Gets Existential In New Single, Visualizer

Courtesy: Sharptone Records

Nov. 23 —

Of Mice & Men debuted the latest single and visualizer for its new album this week.

The band premiered its new single, ‘Echo’ and its companion visualizer Wednesday. The song is the title track from the band’s forthcoming album, which is scheduled for release Dec. 3 through Sharptone Records. Pre-orders are open now.

The musical arrangement featured in ‘Echo’ is a heavy, yet contemplative composition anchored by the pairing of its slow, crunching guitars, bass, and drums. Front man Aaron Pauley’s reserved vocal delivery style adds its own unique touch to the arrangement, too. The whole is unique from so much of the work that the band has produced but still so engaging and entertaining through this approach.

The sound and approach featured in the song’s musical arrangement pairs well with the song’s lyrical arrangement, which Pauley addressed in a prepared statement.

“‘Echo’ is a song about one’s growing sensitivity to the transient nature of life, and one’s awareness to the similarities between the current human experience and human experiences of the past,” he said.

The song’s visualizer is simple. It features the the cover artwork for Echo as the song plays over the static display.

Echo joins the songs that Of Mice & Men released already this year through its EPs, Bloom and Timeless while also adding the songs for its latest EP, Ad Infinitum.

The album’s full track listing is noted below.

“Pulling Teeth”
“Fighting Gravity”
“Helplessly Hoping”

More information on Of Mice & Men’s new album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at: