St. Louis-based band Discrepancies released their new album ‘The Rise’ via InVogue Records. The record marks a major triumph for the group after suffering big losses along the way, but instead of backing down, they continued to press forward.
About releasing the album, vocalist Antonio stated:
“With our new album releasing, I just want to say thank you to everyone who’s been on this journey with us. One thing I can say for certain is we’ve touched a lot of hearts out there and have even inspired some. We’ve traveled the country and made a ton of friends along the way. 2019 and 2020 threw every wrench it could at our plans and it honestly took its toll on us both physically and mentally. Things don’t always go how you want them to but we refuse to break. Put in the work and don’t forget to enjoy the journey. If you ever came to a show, bought a shirt, shared a video, or simply spotted one of us out in public and told us you liked the music, I got nothing but love for you. Thank you. Last but certainly not least: Thank you Matthew Amelung, we love you and we miss you. This day is yours as well my friend. You may not be here in physical form but you’re with us forever.”
The new album ‘The Rise’ was mixed and mastered by Joey Sturgis and Tyler Smyth, was produced by Matthew Amelung, and has additional vocals by Matthew Amelung. The record is jam-packed with hit after hit, appealing to a very broad audience with a little something for everyone. Leading up to this release, Discrepancies had dropped five singles (“Control”, “Undertow”, “Light Up the Dark”, “Blame Me”, and “Crawling Back”) that were all massively successful, each one building on the hype from the last, building anticipation for this release.