Hey y’all, Marcus from Pet Sym here. We will be dropping off of the Dec 30th show at Metro. This was a decision made by Erik and I. Pet Symmetry’s mission statement as a band is “to have as much fun as possible.” Right now this band is not fun for me.
My sincerest apologies to anyone who was hoping to see us perform. I’m gonna take a long walk around the block, maybe I’ll see y’all later.
Try your best to be good to others, and most importantly, be good to yourself
The best albums are the ones that challenge you the most and, for the past month, Pet Symmetry’s Vision has truly been a challenge for me.
It’s not that I didn’t like it, or that it needed to grow on me. It’s that there’s quite a bit to unpack, despite the fact that the album is only 11 songs and 30 minutes long. I’ve started and re-started this review more times than I care to admit, because each listen through left me with more to say than I knew what to do with.
Though it’s a quick listen, Vision never once feels short or stunted, or like there might be something missing. On the contrary, Pet Symmetry’s songs feel complete in what is often an unusually brief amount of time.