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Of Mice & Men’s Aaron Pauley teases trilogy of EPs in 2021

Vocalist/bassist Aaron Pauley has hinted that Of Mice & Men will be releasing three EPs this year.

Fresh from the announcement of the band’s upcoming new EP Timeless, Of Mice & Mens Aaron Pauley has hinted towards a further two EPs to come in 2021.

Responding to a fan who was asking why the metalcore crew are opting for a shorter release over a full-length this year, the vocalist/bassist simply wrote: 3 EPs means new music all year!”

Perhaps the pair of follow-ups to Timeless were written in a post-COVID world, as Aaron previously stated that the band’s upcoming EP – which is due out on February 26 via SharpTone Records – was penned before the initial lockdowns in spring of 2020”.

Read this: Of Mice & Men’s Aaron Pauley: Why creativity is important for mental health

There’s an old idiom about what you’re supposed to do when life gives you lemons,” he said. 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.”

Stay tuned for more on that, and stream Of Mice & Men’s latest single, Obsolete, below:

Posted on January 19th 2021, 1:58p.m.
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