Alt-Rockers ERASE THEORY Share Devasting New EP The Good Kind

Packed full of emotionally devastating Pop-Rock

Six years in the making, 2023 saw ERASE THEORY hit the ground running hard and bursting onto the international stage with their self-titled debut EP, a brisk combination of spiky electronics, ethereal atmospheres and thrashing emotion. Now, ERASE THEORY just released their sophomore EP, The Good Kind.

ERASE THEORY is the solo project from Jeff Sahyoun, former guitarist of post-hardcore groundbreakers letlive. Produced and written by Jeff himself with additional production from Jonathan Dolese, The Good Kind continues to build on the bands signature sound that was introduced with their self titled EP earlier this year.

Packed full of emotionally devastating Pop-Rock, the EP takes listeners through Jeff’s internal battles as he came face to face with two paths he needed choose between — one of wanting to keep his dream of being an artist alive and pursuing that passion and the other of recognizing that he has to conform to the capitalistic world that we live in and make enough money to be able to survive. The realities of the world can be incredibly overwhelming when we are trying to pursue something that might not necessarily fit the mold of what is deemed to be a “steady” job, but the fight to keep our dreams and passions alive will always be worthwhile. 

ERASE THEORY has carved out something extraordinary, pulling from seething punk rock as much as introspective EDM, referencing The Weeknd as much as AFI and not letting silly things like boundaries stand in the way of innovation. A project that feels as familiar as it does fresh. A vessel filled to the brim with enthusiasm, thoughtfulness and ambition. A place that he can call home and mold into absolutely anything he wishes.

He has also recaptured that youthful energy and spark for music that he once though he’d lost completely — that rush of adrenaline you feel when you write your first song in your bedroom at 15. Every morsel of music appearing under the ERASE THEORY banner feels exactly like that.

What do you think about their new EP? Ready for a full album?

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