Frameworks' New Song, "Time Spent," Is a Nod to the Glory Days of Emotional Hardcore

The Gainesville band's new EP is a follow-up to their often overlooked 2014 album, 'Loom.'

Dec 10 2015, 2:40pm

Tall-ass photo by Shauna Hundeby.

Frameworks are among the last true torchbearers of strong, emotional hardcore. Last year’s LP, Loom, was an often overlooked gem, and nod to bands of the glory days of screamo that could seamlessly mix quiet build-ups with loud, explosive payoffs. Parts of Loom felt reminiscent of bands like Funeral Diner, Twelve Hour Turn, and even their fellow Gainesville brethren I Hate Myself.

Frameworks is releasing a seven-inch in February called Time Spent to keep that fire burning and you can listen to the title track below. Order the record via Topshelf Records. Frameworks will be on tour soon with From Autumn to Ashes. Dates below.

01.22.16 - Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction

01.23.16 - San Francisco, CA @ Slim's

01.24.16 - Orangevale, CA @ The Boardwalk

01.25.16 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy