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Ending the decade with a bang, "no more dignity" is rooted in introspection and the effort that comes with combating obstacles both mental and physical.
Drawing influence from a variety of genres, including math rock, indie, emo, post rock, and metal - along with lyrical themes around depression, questioning relationship structures, and ultimately self-acceptance, "no more dignity" is an album that doesn't pull its punches but knows that tomorrow can be better than today.
((Zemtseff: "'don’t hold anything' (the previous album) is a proverbial opening of the door from self-inflicted emotional depravity and isolation into trying to find a more complete version of what self actually is; the knee-jerk reaction to the realization of habits and flaws that had hindered and continue to hinder personal development. 'no more dignity' pulls the next band-aid off and is an attempt to address more of the root causes of these issues, as well as being a statement of concerted effort towards real, tangible change."))
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