Horse Jumper of Love triumphantly return to the Great Scott 7.12

Horse Jumper of Love: still slow, still sad, still one of Boston's biggest bands. Since the release of their 2016 self-titled EP they've been riding on a steady stream of positive reviews and constant bookings. As a result, much has been said about them, described by Consequence of Sound as incorporating "tempo and tone unwavering, like controlled breathing." Aside from sing-a-long tracks such as "Ugly Brunette" and "Bagel Breath" from their EP, they've also released "Orange Peeler," a thoughtful, shoegaze-ing journey through the band's early songwriting and consistent use of spacey-sounding feedback. Horse Jumper of Love is not going anywhere. They recently finished touring with Spencer Radcliffe and Everyone Else, and will play the Great Scott once again on July 12th.-Allie Miller