Album Review: The Hotelier – “It Never Goes Out” (Reissue)

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Originally published on March 13th, 2015.

Massachusetts’s The Hotelier made quite the splash in our scene with the release of their 2014 album, Home, Like No Place is There. It’s been a long time since a band has seemingly come out of nowhere and written an album that resonates with so many people across the board of punk, emo, and indie music. There’s a history to the band a lot of people don’t know however: Before the release of HLNPIT, they spelled their name like you would think they would (“The Hotel Year”) and released a fantastic debut album called It Never Goes Out, earning for themselves a cult following and setting the stage for word-of-mouth and online shares which helped to make HLNPIT such a success, which I’m sure surprised the band’s fans as much as them. Tiny Engines recently announced the physical re-release of It Never Goes Out, marking the first time the record has ever been released in any sort of physical format.

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