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Young Widows
OriginLouisville, Kentucky, United States
GenresIndie rock, noise rock,[1] post-hardcore [2]
Years active2006 (2006)–present
LabelsTemporary Residence, Jade Tree
Associated actsBreather Resist, Jaye Jayle
MembersEvan Patterson
Nick Thieneman
Jeremy McMonigle
Past membersGeoff Paton

Young Widows is an American band from Louisville, Kentucky. They have released four full-length albums and seven split EPs.

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Members
    • 2.1 Current members
    • 2.2 Former members
  • 3 Discography
    • 3.1 Studio albums
    • 3.2 Split EPs
    • 3.3 Singles
    • 3.4 Live albums
    • 3.5 Compilation contributions
    • 3.6 Music videos
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

History

Louisville, Kentucky's Young Widows formed in 2006 from the ashes of mathcore group Breather Resist. In December 2005, lead singer Steve Sidoni left Breather Resist, and guitarist Evan Patterson and bassist Nick Thieneman assumed the vocal duties. They entered the studio in early 2006 but found that their sound had changed significantly. They then changed the name from Breather Resist to Young Widows.[citation needed]

Preceded by a split 7" with Coliseum, their debut full length titled Settle Down City was released in September 2006 on Jade Tree Records. Citing a lack of interest from Jade Tree, the band later moved to Temporary Residence Limited where they released their second album Old Wounds in September 2008. In late 2008 and early 2009, a series of four split 7"s were released featuring Young Widows and a different band for every split. These were all released by Temporary Residence, and when put together the covers form one 14x14" picture. Original drummer Geoff Paton was replaced by Jeremy McMonigle in 2008. They have toured with bands such as Pelican, Russian Circles, These Arms Are Snakes, Thursday, The Fall of Troy, La Dispute and Daughters.

Their third album, In and Out of Youth and Lightness was released by Temporary Residence in April 2011 and sees the band taking their sound in a quieter noise rock and gothic rock-influenced direction.

Young Widows will release its fourth studio album titled Easy Pain on May 13, 2014 through Temporary Residence.[3]

Current members

  • Evan Patterson – guitar and vocals
  • Nick Thieneman – bass and vocals
  • Jeremy McMonigle – drums

Former members

  • Geoff Paton – drums

Studio albums

  • Settle Down City (2006, Jade Tree)
  • Old Wounds (2008, Temporary Residence)
  • In and Out of Youth and Lightness (2011, Temporary Residence)
  • Easy Pain (2014, Temporary Residence)

Split EPs

  • Coliseum / Young Widows (2006, Auxiliary Records)
  • Young Widows / Plows (2007, Auxiliary Records)
  • Split Series Vol. 1 (2009, Temporary Residence)
  • Split Series Vol. 2 (2009, Temporary Residence)
  • Split Series Vol. 3 (2009, Temporary Residence)
  • Split Series Vol. 4 (2009, Temporary Residence)
  • Helms Alee / Young Widows (2014, Sargent House)

Singles

  • "Future Heart" b/w "Rose Window" (2011, Temporary Residence)
  • "The Money" b/w "In My Living Room" (2014, Temporary Residence)

Live albums

  • Live Radio Performance April 6, 2009 (2010, Robotic Empire)

Compilation contributions

  • "Dumb" (2014, Robotic Empire)
  • "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (2015, Robotic Empire)
  • "Negative Creep" (2016, Robotic Empire)

Music videos

  • "Old Skin" (2008)
  • "Future Heart" (2011)
  • "The Last Young Widow" (2014)

References

  1. ^ "Young Widows". Punknews.org. Retrieved 2014-07-11. 
  2. ^ [1] Archived October 25, 2013, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Adams, Gregory (February 12, 2014). "Young Widows Return with 'Easy Pain,' Premiere New Single". Exclaim!. Retrieved February 14, 2014. 

External links

  • Official website
   

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