Of Mice And Men set December release for Echo album and drop single “Fighting Gravity”

Posted by on October 21, 2021


Of Mice And Men have revealed December to be the release month of Echo, their brand new album. Today the band dropped “Fighting Gravity,” a new single from that album which will consist of the previously released, “Timeless” and “Bloom” EPs, along with the new and final “Ad Infinitum” EP. Watch the music video for “Fighting Gravity” below.

Bassist and vocalist Aaron Pauley says,

“‘Fighting Gravity’ is about learning to let go, while also recognizing the impermanence and shortness of life. We think we’re in control of so much, but we’re really not, and that existential dilemma is at the foundation of the human condition.”

According to the band,

Echo is a snapshot of the last year and a half of our lives. It covers loss and growth, life and impermanence, love, and the infinite — how the most wonderful and most tragic parts of the human experience are deeply intertwined.”

Echo was recorded remotely during the global pandemic and the resulting shutdown. All recording was done remotely and the band communicated over Zoom and traded files to complete the project.



Echo Track List:
01) “Timeless”
02) “Obsolete”
03) “Anchor”
04) “Levee”
05) “Bloom”
06) “Pulling Teeth”
07) “Mosaic”
08) “Fighting Gravity”
09) “Echo”
10) “Helplessly Hoping”


Ad Infinitum EP Track List:
01) “Mosaic”
02) “Fighting Gravity”
03) “Echo”
04) “Helplessly Hoping”




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