Of Mice & Men Release Becko’s Remix Of “Mosaic”

Of Mice & Men have released Becko’s remix of their song “Mosaic.” The original version of the track is featured on the band‘s latest album “Echo.“ Valentino Arteaga commented:

“Becko‘s immense talents really elevated our ferocious track ‘Mosaic,’ and gave it a fresh and exciting new vibe.”

Becko added:

“I’ve been a fan of OM&M ever since I was an emo/hardcore kid at their shows. It was an honor and pleasure to make some noises with my synths here in the studio. The remix I’ve made is an hybrid of dark-ish EDM mid-tempo mixed with metalcore guitars and screams by OM&M. It all came very naturally.”

Of Mice & Men Premiere New Song “Echo”

Of Mice & Men have shared the title track of their new album “Echo.” That effort will be released on December 3 and it will feature the group’s recent EPs, “Timeless” and “Bloom,” and a new EP titled “Ad Infinitum.” Aaron Pauley commented:

“‘Echo‘ is a song about one’s growing sensitivity to the transient nature of life, and one’s awareness to the similarities between the current human experience and human experiences of the past.”

Of Mice & Men Premiere “Fighting Gravity” Video

Of Mice & Men have premiered a new video for their new song “Fighting Gravity.” This track is from the band’s new album “Echo,” which will be released on December 3. That effort will feature the group’s recent EPs, “Timeless” and “Bloom,” and a new EP titled “Ad Infinitum.”

Aaron Pauley said the following about the new song:

“‘Fighting Gravity‘ is about learning to let go, while also recognizing the impermanence and shortness of life. We think we’re in control of so much, but we’re really not, and that existential dilemma is at the foundation of the human condition.”

The band also added the following about the album:

“‘Echo‘ is a snapshot of the last year-and-a-half of our lives. It covers loss and growth, life and impermanence, love, and the infinite – how the most wonderful and most tragic parts of the human experience are deeply intertwined.”

“Echo” Track Listing:

01. “Timeless”
02. “Obsolete”
03. “Anchor”
04. “Levee”
05. “Bloom”
06. “Pulling Teeth”
07. “Mosaic”
08. “Fighting Gravity”
09. “Echo”
10. “Helplessly Hoping” (Crosby, Stills And Nash cover)

Of Mice & Men Premiere New Song “Mosaic”

Of Mice & Men have premiered a new song titled “Mosaic.” Vocalist/bassist Aaron Pauley commented:

“‘Mosaic‘ is about questioning whether or not we, as human beings, can overcome our seemingly primal need for combativeness, because it’s more prevalent than ever in our lives these days.”

Of Mice & Men Tease New Song “Pulling Teeth”

Of Mice & Men have shared a teaser for their new song “Pulling Teeth.“ That track is from the band’s new EP “Bloom,“ which will be released on May 28.

Of Mice & Men Tease New Song “Levee”

Of Mice & Men have shared a teaser for their new song “Levee.“ That track is from the band’s new EP “Bloom,“ which will be released on May 28.

Of Mice & Men Premiere “Bloom” Video

Of Mice & Men have premiered a new video for the title track of their new EP “Bloom.” That effort will be released on May 28 and it will serve as part two of the band’s EP trilogy. Aaron Pauley commented:

“‘Bloom‘ is a song about grieving the death of a family member. It’s about understanding, through that loss, that grief is not only love in its most visceral and wildest form, but that it’s also the ultimate price we pay to experience such love. To know profound grief is to have known profound love. Nothing and no one lasts forever. Love isn’t a bouquet of plastic flowers; it’s watching the petals fall.”

Of Mice & Men Premiere New Song “Timeless”

Of Mice & Men have premiered a new single titled “Timeless.” This song is the title track of the band’s new EP, which will be released on February 26. Aaron Pauley commented:

“‘Timeless‘ is a song about becoming increasingly aware of impermanence, written through somewhat of a somber, yet romantic, lens. At the beginning of the pandemic, I was watching a lot of black and white movies. One of my favorite movies is Casablanca. I wonder if any original copies exist. You know, although that movie is universally regarded as being timeless, the actual celluloid is so fragile. But I think we find a special kind of vibrance in life when we’re aware of our own impermanence.”

Of Mice & Men Appear To Be Planning An EP Trilogy For This Year

As previously reported, Of Mice & Men will be releasing a new EP titled “Timeless” on February 26. However, it looks like that won’t be the only new music from the band this year. While responding to a fan on Twitter, Aaron Pauley seemed to suggest that the effort is just the first of three EPs that the group have planned for this year.

[via The PRP]

Of Mice & Men Premiere New Song “Obsolete”

Of Mice & Men have premiered a new song titled “Obsolete.” This track is from the band’s new EP “Timeless,” which will be released on February 26 via SharpTone Records.

Aaron Pauley said the following about the new song:

“It’s a song about questioning how future-proof one is in the grand scheme of things, and acknowledging that maybe we aren’t at all. I think we all wonder, to a certain extent, whether or not we’ll fit into the future, or how we would, or what that would look like. Obsolescence is very prevalent in our lives. We see how quickly old phones become virtually useless, how quickly fads and trends come and go. It’s all too easy to ponder about when you’ll become a covered wagon, or a flip phone, or Myspace.”

He also added the following about the EP:

“There’s an old idiom about what you’re supposed to do when life gives you lemons. Sadly, to disappoint, this wasn’t exactly that. We started writing this EP shortly before the initial lockdowns in spring of 2020, before we knew that our world was about to become a radically different place. A lot of these songs were born from a place of wondering how we’d fit into 2020 and beyond, both as adults in our 30s as well as a band that’s a decade into our existence.”

Pauley also commented on signing to SharpTone Records:

“It’s pretty exciting to be working with a new label. We still have a great relationship with our previous label — it was just time to shake things up, and after conversations and meetings with various labels, we felt that our vision for the future of OM&M matched most closely with SharpTone‘s. Working with Shawn and the team has been incredibly rewarding, and we’re all super excited with what’s to come!”