Anthology of Emo: Volume 2 will be available this September

9 Jul, 2020

Washed Up Emo’s Tom Mullen follows on from the success of 2017’s Volume 1 with, you guessed it, Anthology of Emo: Volume 2 and we couldn’t be more excited. The podcaster, author and all-round music industry vet continues on with more interviews – this time featuring the likes of Jim Adkins (Jimmy Eat World), Chris Conley (Saves The Day) Bob Nanna (Braid and Hey Mercedes) and many more.

You’ll be able to pre-order Anthology of Emo: Volume 2 here, where you can also order Volume 1 or opt for the bundle.

Praise for Anthology of Emo: Volume 1

“Emo’s major players are finally setting the story straight…” – Pitchfork

“A milestone literary piece serving as a one-of-a-kind informative companion and guide to that genre you know and love: emo.”- Kerrang!

“‘Washed Up Emo’ Founder Tom Mullen Defends Genre’s History in New Book”- Billboard

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