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The Dear Hunter, Providence, RI, is the full-time progressive rock project of Casey Crescenzo, formerly of post-hardcore band The Receiving End of Sirens. The band got its name from the lead character of the story that he wrote to go along with the music. The sound is unlike that of Casey's former band, with musical roots deep-set in the progressive rock genre and utilizing a wider variety of instrumentation.


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  • I wouldn't call a band that has sold out several shows "criminally under-appreciated"
  • Criminally under-appreciated band. I just hope the guys make enough to be happy and continue putting out gold for the rabid fans.
  • I am genuinely baffled that I wasn't able to get into these guys until recently. Everything they've released is fucking gold, even Migrant, which is easily the weakest yet still good in its own right. I'm glad I jumped in not too long after Act IV released, because it's amazing. A Night on the Town is probably one of the best songs I've heard in a long time.
  • Hell yeah Act III is underappreciated. It's fantastic and stands on the top spot along Act II and IV for me. I really can't separate between those three.
  • Act II is fantastic, Act III is under-appreciated (imo) but Act IV is probably my favorite of them all and the best music I've heard in the last 10 years easily. Can't get enough of it and my repeat button is broken. Does not happen that much. Can't wait for Act V to be released.
  • I'm convinced, Casey has made that timeless symphonic prog album I think he always strived for. It's done. It's beautiful. Bravo.
  • Act IV tour was so fun. Album is fantastic, grows on me every listen. Glad to see others enjoying it too ~
  • I'm so glad I found them. They are gold. [5]
  • I'm never going to whine about waiting forever for a new Act again if they end up like this T^T

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