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The Dear Hunter - The Color Spectrum Live (2013)

The Dear Hunter is a progressive rock band originating in Providence, Rhode Island. It began as a side project of Casey Crescenzo, formerly of
The Receiving End of Sirens. The band's sound features a wide variety
of instruments and styles.

The band began as a side project of Casey Crescenzo when he was a
full-time member of The Receiving End of Sirens. The Dear Hunter was
originally intended as a vehicle for music Crescenzo had written that
didn't fit with the sound of The Receiving End of Sirens. Crescenzo
affirmed that

The idea was to take the creative overflow from The Receiving End Of
Sirens and bottle it up into something that I could keep with me. There
was never a plan to take it on the road, or to release it. It was only
when things with them went awry that I was given the opportunity to
really make it into a traditional sort of thing.

In the winter of 2005 Casey recorded the Dear Ms. Leading demos. He
created 10 copies on burned CDs that were circulated amongst his friends
and posted online for download. While elements and characters featured
on the demos would reappear on the subsequent Acts, Crescenzo has
confirmed that there was a transformation in how he represented these
themes and persons; while the story had its origins in his personal
life, the Acts removed most autobiographical elements in favor of

The reason I originally wrote it is obviously because I was bitter. The
demos were almost all thematically interchangeable with one another.
They are all kind of bitter and about a guy falling in love with a
prostitute and stuff. When people call those demos an album, I just
think it is a little ridiculous, because if I was to release that, I
would be ashamed of myself. There is nothing to it – it's just one
subject. I went through something with a girl, and like most immature
artist people, you write about it and complain a lot...And that is why I
didn't want anyone to hear those (songs from the demo)...I think I did
what any writer does – they include themselves in their work to an
extent as much as they can, since that is your only real link to
humanity – what you experience. So if I am going to try to make anything
realistic, all I have to go on is what I learned on my own...It is more
that every character is a collection of experiences and feelings I have
had about people in the past.

In May 2006, Casey "was asked to leave" The Receiving End of Sirens and
began working on The Dear Hunter's first studio album. He expanded the
scope of the project to a six-album story set at the dawn of the 20th
century. The story revolved around the birth, life, and abrupt death of a
boy known only as "The Dear Hunter." Crescenzo later remarked that the
protagonist is "not a hero at all. I do not think he does a single good
thing or smart thing in any of the stories." As Crescenzo summarized,

The story begins with the birth of the main character. The first act is
really about the relationship of the mother and son, and what she has to
go through to keep him alive and thriving. She decides to raise him
removed from harsh realities, and tries to abandon her life as well- but
her selflessness soon turns her back to old habits, and she ruins
herself for him.

For Crescenzo, the decision to begin the story at the beginning of the
20th century was consciously chosen due to the events that would unfold
in future acts:

I think the reason I wanted it to be set in that time because as the
story goes on, things will coincide with world events where starting at
that point is really important. The architecture of the time, the colors
– all of that influences the songs, but at the same time, it is not
supposed to be anything beyond fiction. It is supposed to be surreal –
it is not like I am writing a concept album about some prostitute that I
read a book about.

In a 2007 interview, Casey stated at that time that he had the overall
story of The Dear Hunter mapped out. Casey produced and recorded the EP
by himself with the assistance of his brother on drums and mother on
backing vocals. Act I: The Lake South, The River North was released in
September 2006 on Triple Crown Records.

Shortly after the release of Act I, Casey recruited Luke Dent of the
recently split band Faraway for vocals and keyboards and Erick Serna as a
second guitarist. Luke brought in his brother Sam on drums and Erick
brought long-time friend Josh Rheault in to play bass. The band entered
the studio in late 2006 to record the follow-up to Act I. Recording
finished in early 2007, during which time, the band was featured in
Alternative Press' "100 Bands You Need to Know in 2007."

Act II: The Meaning of, and All Things Regarding Ms. Leading was
released May 22, 2007. Originally, the band had written almost 2 hours
of music for the album, but managed to trim the run time down to 80
minutes so as to fit on a single compact disc. Act II reached No. 39 on
the Billboard Heatseekers chart. The band supported the album by touring
with As Tall As Lions, Saves the Day, Say Anything, Thrice, Chris
Conley, The Format, Scary Kids Scaring Kids, Boys Night Out, Circa
Survive, Ours, and Fear Before the March of Flames.

The band filmed a music video for the song "The Church and the Dime". A
book based on the story of Act II was released as part of the deluxe
edition of Act III: Life and Death. Artist Kent St. John was selected to
do the illustrations.

Prior to a string of dates with Circa Survive, Josh Rheault and brothers
Sam and Luke Dent left the band. Temporary replacements for the tour
dates included Cliff Sarcona and Julio Tavarez of As Tall As Lions
(drums and bass, respectively), Christopher Tagliaferro of Tiger Riot
(bass), and Andy Wildrick of The Junior Varsity (guitar/keys). Wildrick
would later join the band as a permanent member, along with Sagan
Jacobson of Crown Atlantic on bass and Casey's brother Nick on drums.

The Dear Hunter embarked on their first headlining tour in mid-2008 with
Lydia, Eye Alaska, and You, Me, and Everyone We Know. On December 9,
2008, it was announced that Nate Patterson, Casey's former band mate in
The Receiving End of Sirens, would begin playing bass for the band, as
Sagan Jacobson had left.

After the headlining tour, The Dear Hunter entered the studio to record
Act III: Life and Death. During this time, former bassist Josh Rheault
announced on tour that he had rejoined The Dear Hunter on acoustic
guitar, backing vocals, and keyboards. Act III was released on June 23,
2009 on Triple Crown Records.

Between the release of Act II and Act III, Crescenzo was also conceiving
a multi-album arc related to the colour spectrum. On April 23, 2010,
Crescenzo announced that The Dear Hunter would take a break from the
Acts project to focus on this concept. He also stated that Act IV would
most likely not be seen for quite some time. He later announced that the
project, titled The Color Spectrum, would consist of nine EPs, each
corresponding to a certain colour (specifically, Black, Red, Orange,
Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet and White).

On February 24, 2011, Alternative Press announced the EPs would be
released in multiple formats, including a physical CD containing select
tracks from each of the EPs. At some point prior to the completion of
The Color Spectrum, Josh Rheault and Erick Serna both left the band to
pursue their respective musical projects. Subsequent to the release of
The Color Spectrum, The Dear Hunter performed the entire three-hour set
of EPs in a single show and released it as a DVD, entitled The Color
Spectrum DVD.

The Dear Hunter entered the studio in 2012 with producer Mike Watts to
record Migrant, the first album under Crescenzo's new imprint label,
Cave & Canary Goods, which is a unit of Equal Vision Records. Prior
to recording the album, Crescenzo expressed his excitement over working
with Watts and further noted that

I don’t know what the listening public will think, and the last thing I
want to do is make any declarations in an attempt to influence the
listener. What I can say, is that I haven’t been more happy, or felt
more creative in years, and I am truly anxious to push myself, and my
music, to places I still haven’t ventured, and to create the best
possible album I can.

Migrant represents another deferral of the next Act record, a consideration that Crescenzo weighed before moving forward:

After spending a good amount of time debating on whether to continue the
Act records at this point, or take another step to the side – the most
natural path seemed to be to leave all preconceptions to the side, and
to write a record straight from the heart, without any filter of concept
or plot.

Migrant, which is the first album released by The Dear Hunter that does
not have a concept, was released on 2 April, 2013. Crescenzo remarked
that the non-conceptual nature of Migrant presented a new challenge:
"I've been in the rhythm of writing conceptually. It’s a challenge for
me to be more transparent and more honest and more directly from the
heart and not filtering it through something. So I think that was really
exciting; it was really refreshing." Remarking on the less
rock-oriented and relatively streamlined nature of Migrant, Crescenzo
noted that:

Ninety-nine percent of it (Migrant) was written on piano, so I think it
felt right to keep that a focal point. But also, I think, it was a
conscious decision to make it a slightly more stripped-down record, as
far as the scope and the grandeur goes. The idea was to keep the tone in
general a little bit smaller with not so many doubles and big rock
guitar and heavy spots on the record...with the lyrics of this new
record being transparently about myself, I think it was important to not
dehumanize the performances by over-layering them or over-doubling
them. As you double vocals, they lose their intimate inflection, and
whatever transparent emotion that's trying to be conveyed in them is
washed out, which can be a good thing. For this record, I think it was
important not to do that.


Casey Crescenzo – Vocals, Piano, Guitar, Bass, Arrangements, Direction
Nick Crescenzo – Drums, Percussion, Vocals
Robert Parr – Guitar, Vocals, Keyboards
Connor Doyle – Guitar
Nick Sollecito – Bass
Maxwell Tousseau – Acoustic Guitar, Keyboards, Aux Percussion, Vocals
Matt Fazzi - Guitar


Act I: The Lake South, The River North (2006)
Act II: The Meaning of, and All Things Regarding Ms. Leading (2007)
Act III: Life and Death (2009)
The Color Spectrum (2011)
Migrant (2013)

The Color Spectrum Live (2013)

1. Never Forgive, Never Forget
2. Filth and Squalor
3. Take More Than You Need
4. This Body
5. I Couldn't Do it Alone
6. A Curse of Cynicism
7. Deny It All
8. We've Got a Score to Settle
9. Echo
10. Stuck on a Wire, Out on a Fence
11. A Sea of Solid Earth
12. But There's Wolves?
13. She's Always Singing
14. The Dead Don't Starve
15. A Sua Voz
16. Misplaced Devotion
17. Things That Hide Away
18. The Canopy
19. Crow and Cackle
20. The Inheritance
21. Tripping in Triplets
22. Trapdoor
23. What You Said
24. The Collapse of the Great Tide Cliffs
25. What Time Taught Us
26. Mandala
27. Progress
28. Therma
29. Mr. Malum
30. Lillian
31. Too Late
32. Look Away
33. Home
34. Fall and Flee
35. No God
36. Lost But Not All Gone

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