Hailing from Milwaukee, WI The Promise Ring weren't just emblematic of '90s Midwestern emo: they were one of the most celebrated bands in the history of the genre. Under the leadership of frontman Davey Von Bohlen of Cap'n Jazz, their sound incorporated elements of power pop that would become more popular in later years. They broke up in 2002 and after nearly a decade of inactivity The Promise Ring officially reunited in February 2012. Wood/Water (2002) is the fifth and final album to date by The Promise Ring, and their first for Anti- Records. Long-time fans may have been surprised with Wood/Water, as it's sound was a departure from the band's previous releases. The album had a drastic change of pace with a more introspective tone and shimmering atmospheric songs.
1.1 Size of Your Life 1.2 Stop Playing Guitar 1.3 Suffer Never 1.4 Letters to the Far Reaches 2.1 Become One Anything One Time 2.2 Wake Up April 2.3 Get on the Floor 2.4 My Life Is at Home 3.1 Half Year Sun 3.2 Bread ; Coffee 3.3 Say Goodbye Good 3.4 Feed the Night